The Third Street Bridge at Mountain View is a project that began in 1994. Due to costs, the original bridge was not built at that time.
The lack of sufficient East/West connectivity has been recognized for many years as a significant challenge for the City of Moscow transportation network. The loss of existing and potential routes such as A Street, Spotswood Street, Eighth Street, and others has limited the options for East/West flow. A bridge across Paradise Creek at Third Street has been anticipated for decades and the design and construction of the surrounding facilities have reflected this. As the City continues to grow, most of the new population centers have been and are projected to be on the East side of the City. This makes it all the more critical that the City plan for and stay ahead of this growth, including developing the infrastructure necessary to accommodate increasing demand from all modes of transportation.
If you need ADA accessible assistance or feel this or any other City of Moscow project is impacting your ability to access public services, please email the City of Moscow or call 208-883-7600.