The Sultan Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge is an ADA-compliant bicycle and pedestrian bridge that spans the Sultan River. The 627-foot long, 10-foot wide bridge runs parallel to and independent of the US2 vehicle bridge. The bridge connects River and Sportsman parks, helps to build a more inclusive pedestrian network and provides ADA-compliant passage where currently none existed.
The bridge design was funded in 2012 with a Surface Transportation Program Grant administered by the Puget Sound Regional Council, plus an additional legislative proviso from the Washington State Legislature. The city will match the TAP grant funding with over $1 million in city funds generated through impact and Real Estate Excise Tax fees. The total cost of construction is estimated at just over $5.5 million. Completion date Summer 2020.