“We know that the trestle is nearing the end of its useful life, in terms of being able to accommodate traffic and community growth,” said Kris Olsen with the Washington Department of Transportation. “By 2045, it will be at the end of its life, in terms of accommodating that.”
Olsen said you still have time to participate in an online open house to give planners your thoughts on the corridor.
“We can study it,” she said. “We see the traffic, but what are the people that are actually using the trestle, what are they actually experiencing? What do they think the problems are?”