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Ridgefield to celebrate Pioneer Street railroad overpass

Visitors can walk on nearly complete bridge during city’s September festival

By , Columbian business reporter
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An American flag blows in the wind on the Pioneer Street rail overpass on Tuesday in Ridgefield. The nearly finished overpass connects downtown with the boat launch area to the west of the railway.
An American flag blows in the wind on the Pioneer Street rail overpass on Tuesday in Ridgefield. The nearly finished overpass connects downtown with the boat launch area to the west of the railway. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Ridgefield residents won’t have to wait much longer to start using the new Pioneer Street railroad overpass. The $15 million project is wrapping up the final bits of construction and is targeted to open to traffic by the end of October.

The last pieces of the security fence are about to be installed, according to Port of Ridgefield executive director Brent Grening.

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