The new Northwest Dogwood Street Bridge is open to drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists.
The new bridge is a 102-foot span with two 12-foot travel lanes, sidewalks and bike lanes. The project also helps to reduce flooding by creating more capacity for Issaquah Creek beneath the new bridge.
The old bridge, which was built in 1950, was too narrow for the volume of drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists using it every day.
Through the end of 2015, the bridge and Dogwood Street will remain open as our contractor completes remaining work in the neighborhood.
To learn more about the bridge replacement and other Dogwood Street improvements, go to issaquahwa.gov/dogwood.