Bonner Bridge Construction Starts, Starts Without Cost Source Vice News
The Bonner County Board of Commissioners is in the midst of an unprecedented construction phase of the Bonner Bridges, which will be constructed without cost.
The $8 million project will begin on June 8, with a scheduled completion date of July 14.
The Bonner Department of Transportation (BDT) is using a “full range of tools and materials” to complete the project, the BDT said in a statement.
The project will include construction of a “multi-purpose bridge, bridge span and roadway over a 1.4-mile wide channel.”
The first bridge is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
It will span the Bonneville Reservoir, connecting the city of Bonneburg with the state of Montana.
Bonner is located in a sparsely populated area, which is the largest concentration of U.S. Native American tribes.
The tribe has not had a bridge built since 1876.
The first bridge was built by the U..
S Army Corps of Engineers in 1884.
The first Bonner bridge was completed in 1888.