From Portland Afoot
The Sellwood Bridge is the southernmost bridge across the Willamette River in Portland. It is heavily used by people traveling between Portland and Clackamas County. It's owned and maintained by Multnomah County.
As of spring 2011, TriMet buses are not allowed on the bridge because it is structurally unsafe for their weight. The bridge is slated for replacement, though the region has struggled to agree on financing for the project.
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