Portland, Oregon, The Pacific Highway Interstate Bridge, c1917

At the turn of the century, ferry services transported passengers across the Columbia River between Portland and Vancouver, Washington. With the region�s population steadily increasing, however, Clark and Multnomah counties eagerly agreed to split the cost of constructing a steel bridge that would alleviate ferry traffic. The Pacific Highway Interstate Bridge opened in 1917, allowing drivers, streetcar riders, and pedestrians to cross the river for a five-cent fare.


Portland, Oregon, The Pacific Highway Interstate Bridge, c1917

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