This project will replace the existing bridge over the Wenatchee River that was constructed in 1929. The physical condition of this bridge has been deteriorating in recent years and requires constant maintenance and occasional closures. Replacement alignment of the existing bridge will be based on considerations of the environmental process determinations, railroad crossing requirements, WSDOT access requirements, and the CRP683 – Cashmere Area Transportation and Freight Study. The completed bridge will have a roadway section that will consist of two 12-foot lanes, two 5-foot shoulders and a separated bike and pedestrian path for a total width of 47 feet out-to-out. The project is scheduled to go to construction in 2019.