It is not NRHP listed anymore. That was the only part much like the now replaced Hood Canal Bridge half of which sank in a storm in 1979. Hood Canal had trusses on both ends now it is some ugly welded metal cage. Work was done in 2009 when the old sections were moved out to be replaced with the new portions. They still close Hood Canal periodically for "testing." Personally I think they built a lemon.
The contractors that were supposed to renovate the Lacey V. Murrow Bridge shown here in 1990 drilled holes all over the thing and then somehow expected it to survive in one of the hurricane like storms we can sometimes get late fall or winter. The contractors blamed the state for "harsh environmental laws" which led them to doing what they did. Some of the bridge wreckage was salvaged, for scrap, a landing strip for airplanes, and breakwater for a marina.