Why is it needed? Project Phases The New Bridge and Interchange The Detour Bridge Sustainability Diversity Program Field Work and Construction Updates Contractor Information
Past Events and Activities Past Committee Meetings School-Based Outreach Program
Library Newsroom Photo and Image Gallery EIS Documents Links Frequently Asked Questions
Overview Before the Bridge Bridge Fever! The Great Bridge Scandal Gustav Lindenthal Construction and Dedication Need for Replacement River View Cemetery

« Sellwood Bridge Repla… | Home | Photo Essay - Sellwoo… »

Portland's share of Sellwood Bridge costs capped at $86 million and could go lower

Dana Tims, The Oregonian - December 20, 2012

The city of Portland will likely end up paying millions less than originally planned for its contribution to the Sellwood Bridge reconstruction project.
Under terms of an agreement signed Thursday by Multnomah County Chairman Jeff Cogen, the city’s contribution to the new bridge will be capped at $86 million. That’s down from a previous $100 million cap.

Read the full article at OregonLive.com