Traffic lanes are adjusted across a bridge on State Route 823, to reduce stress on a damaged bridge girder

Traffic lanes are adjusted across a bridge on State Route 823, to reduce stress on a damaged bridge girder

A new traffic pattern using moved paint lines as well as tubular visibility markers has been put into place on a State Route 823 bridge north of Selah, Wash., Oct. 10, 2019.

The lane shift is in an effort to release stresses from a center bridge girder that was found during a routine preservation inspection to be damaged and beginning to fail.

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