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  • 'Bridge that will connect everything' will have to wait

    The Wilson Way pedestrian bridge, part of the Point Defiance Waterfront Project linking the city park to new development on Point Ruston and Ruston Way, will not open to the public until late summer or fall 2018.

The Wilson Way pedestrian bridge, part of the Point Defiance Waterfront Project linking the city park to new development on Point Ruston and Ruston Way, will not open to the public until late summer or fall 2018. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
The Wilson Way pedestrian bridge, part of the Point Defiance Waterfront Project linking the city park to new development on Point Ruston and Ruston Way, will not open to the public until late summer or fall 2018. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Point Defiance bridge is nearly done. But this is why you can’t use it for another year

June 22, 2017 8:00 AM