Construction workers stand on scaffolding July 30 in front of Vicki Scuri’s public art on an Interstate 5 retaining wall in Tacoma. The work, called “The Great Wall,” is now abutted with a more conventional pattern used throughout the I-5 corridor.
Construction workers stand on scaffolding July 30 in front of Vicki Scuri’s public art on an Interstate 5 retaining wall in Tacoma. The work, called “The Great Wall,” is now abutted with a more conventional pattern used throughout the I-5 corridor. Washington state Department of Transportation Courtesy
Construction workers stand on scaffolding July 30 in front of Vicki Scuri’s public art on an Interstate 5 retaining wall in Tacoma. The work, called “The Great Wall,” is now abutted with a more conventional pattern used throughout the I-5 corridor. Washington state Department of Transportation Courtesy

Traffic Q&A: I-5 wall in Tacoma not coming down, but new section will look different

August 23, 2015 10:00 AM

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