VANCOUVER, Wash. - A B-1 bomber 'super load' will be making its way north on Interstate 5 this weekend.
The load is a fuselage, owned by Boeing, that is 131 feet long, more than 29 feet wide and 15 feet high.
There will be several Washington State Patrol vehicles traveling with the load as it makes its way from Portland International Airport to Boeing Field and the entire procession will only be traveling around 30 mph.
That means there might be some delays for drivers who are heading in the same direction. Here's a look at the schedule (keep in mind that these are estimated times):
Friday, Sept. 7
- 11:30 p.m. - Load leaves Portland International Airport on I-205 to I-5 in Vancouver.
Saturday, Sept. 8
- 6 a.m. - Load arrives in Olympia, Wash. Will stop at the Nisqually weigh station, just north of Olympia.
Sunday, Sept. 9
- 2:30 a.m. - Load begins heading north on I-5 again.
- 6:30 a.m. - Load arrives at Boeing Field in Seattle (will exit I-5 at Martin Luther King Junior Way, exit 157).