The Bridges of Seattle
The Value of Bridges
What makes a bridge?
Below are the sub-assets by sufficiency rating. Every bridge is made up of a few individual parts. Take for example a bascule bridge, which Seattle has. you have the motor, the two separate sides of the bridge. and the swing that lifts each side. Together they can make up a "whole bridge" like the Fremont Bridge.
Where are these bridges?
In this map, we can quickly see some of our most important bridges are in fair to poor condition, many of which are past their design life. Hover your cursor over the bridges to see when they were built and how much it would cost to fully replace them.