Bridge Characteristics NE 207th Avenue south of Halsey Street over Fairview Creek in Fairview, OR
Bridge Characteristics On NE 207th Avenue, south of I-84, over the UPRR tracks in Fairview, OR
Bridge Characteristics On NE 238th Drive, south of I-84, over the UPRR tracks in Wood Village, OR
Bridge Characteristics On NE 257th Drive, North of Halsey Street, over the UPRR tracks in Troutdale, OR
Bridge Characteristics NE Barr Road and 223rd Street, Fairview, OR
Bridge Characteristics NE Brower Road over Bridal Veil Creek, 3 miles south of Bridal Veil, OR
Bridge Characteristics NE Latourell Falls Road over Latourell Creek between Troutdale, OR and Bridal Veil, OR
Bridge Characteristics NE Marine Drive over NE 223rd Avenue in Fairview, OR
A funding decision announced July 24, 2002 by the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) will allow Multnomah County’s most critical transportation project to take a big step forward.
The Broadway Bridge is an example of a Rall-type bascule bridge.
River traffic generally has the right of way over road traffic, as a matter of law.
The Sauvie Island Bridge serves as a gateway from outlying urban and industrial areas to the country island setting.
Multnomah County Bridge Maintenance personnel have reconstructed the catwalks beneath the Sauvie Island bridge to improve access for maintenance and repairs.
With less than a year to go before it opens, the new Sauvie Island Bridge is taking shape.
The existing Sauvie Island Bridge connects State Highway 30 with Sauvie Island approximately eight miles north of downtown Portland, Oregon, and is located outside the urban growth boundary.
Bridge Characteristics SE 174th Avenue over Johnson Creek, 0.4 miles south of SE Powell Blvd.
Bridge Characteristics SE 252nd Avenue (Palmblad Road), 1 mile south of Gresham, OR
Bridge Characteristics On SE 282nd Avenue, north of SE Stone Road, east of Gresham, OR
Bridge Characteristics SE Circle Avenue over Johnson Creek, 0.2 mile west of Jenne Road, Portland, OR
Bridge Characteristics SE Circle Avenue over Johnson Creek, 0.6 miles west of Jenne Road
Culvert Characteristics SE Littlepage Road over Big Creek, 2.5 miles south of Corbett, OR
The Sellwood Bridge, built in 1925, was the first fixed-span bridge on the lower Willamette River and a pioneer in area bridge technology.
Maintenance crews from the Multnomah County Bridge Section have constructed a new walkway under the Sellwood Bridge, replacing an existing wooden deck.
The Sellwood Bridge is the busiest two-lane bridge in Oregon, it provides the only crossing for a 12-mile stretch of the Willamette River, between Portland and Oregon City.