Washington Bridge Enters Final Stages of Repair

After the May 23rd collapse of the Skagit River Bridge in upstate Washington, the final repairs are slated to occur this weekend.

The bridge, which partially collapsed after a span was struck by a large transport truck, has only been open for transit with the help of a temporary span holding up a 160-foot section of the bridge. The new, permanent span will go into place this weekend, and officials expect the bridge to be open on the morning of Sunday, September 15.

Port Metro of Vancouver Receives Upgrades

Vancouver is upgrading their Port Metro with a $106-million investment in two new facilities that will let the Canadian Border Security Agency better inspect the increasing number of containers coming through the port. The buildings, which are expected to open in 2015, will serve the Deltaport and Burrard Inlet container terminals.


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