West Marine View Drive will be closed to traffic Sept. 17-26 so crews can install the Grand Avenue Park Bridge. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

West Marine View Drive will be closed to traffic Sept. 17-26 so crews can install the Grand Avenue Park Bridge. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

W Marine View Drive is set to close starting Sept. 17

The closure, which will last 10 days, is to install the Grand Avenue Park Bridge.

EVERETT — A portion of W Marine View Drive will be closed starting Sept. 17 to install the Grand Avenue Park Bridge.

The closure will last 10 days and span 13th to 18th Streets. During that time the steel truss will be lifted, rotated and attached.

It will take one day to hoist the bridge and another to turn and connect it.

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