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Officially named the George Washington Memorial Bridge, the bridge that carries Aurora Avenue
opened in 1932. It is 70 feet wide, nearly 3,000 feet long, and carries six lanes of traffic on Washington
State Route 99.
A 2010 article from the Seattle PI reveals the crux of the bridge’s safety problem: “Lane width on the
bridge from west to east is 10 feet, 9 feet, 9.5 feet, 9.5 feet, 9 feet and 10 feet (It means the carriageway
width is 57 feet). The speed limit is 40 miles per hour, though drivers often break that.”
west to east is 10 feet, 9 feet, 9.5 feet, 9.5 feet, 9 feet and 10 feet
• To improve safety on the bridge it is proposed that a median barrier be installed.
The median strip or central reservation is the reserved area that separates opposing lanes of
traffic on divided roadways, such as divided highways, dual carriageways, freeways, and
motorways. The term also applies to divided roadways other than highways, such as some major
streets in urban or suburban areas. The reserved area may simply be paved, but commonly it is
adapted to other functions; for example, it may accommodate decorative landsc...