Photo: Kathy Tomandl, Port of Tacoma
Nowadays, no ONE builds transportation infrastructure. And last Friday's ceremony demonstrated the collaborative effort that results in success.
As the Port says on their website: Although local in nature, this project offers economic benefits for both Washington state and the nation. Tacoma is a gateway port, and much of the cargo moving through here is bound for inland markets such as Chicago and New York.
Upon completion, the grade separation will significantly improve rail and road efficiency and will also enhance air quality.