The Hood River-White Salmon Bridge Replacement Project will hold a pair of open houses in late May and early June to provide information on the project and take input to inform future toll pricing. Officials involved in the bridge project have said increased tolls are necessary to build the new structure. The Bridge Replacement Bi-State Working Group will present tolling options at the event. The open houses will be drop-in style where the public can review informational displays, get answers from project staff members, and provide input. The first open house will be May 31 from 4:30 to 7 at the White Salmon Valley Library, and the second on June 7 from 4:30 to 7 at May Street Elementary School in Hood River. There will also be an online open house starting May 31 through hoodriverbridge.org.