Trinity County Bridges
This project is located in the lower reaches of the Klamath Mountains in California, midway between Redding in Shasta County and the Northern Redwood Coast. Trinity County entered into an agreement with the Federal Highway Administration, Central Federal Lands Highway Division (FHWA-CFLHD) to replace five county-owned bridges. These bridges were identified as structurally deficient or functionally obsolete, and have been approved by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the FHWA, California Division Office for replacement under the FHWA Highway Bridge Program. These bridges are:
- Coffee Creek Bridge (5C-048), on Coffee Creek Road, County Route 104
- Mumbo Creek Bridge (5C-061), on Ramshorn Road, County Route 133
- North Fork East Fork Hayfork Creek (Hayfork Creek) Bridge (5C-157), on East Fork Hayfork Road, County Route 343
- Little Creek Bridge (5C-187), on Jordan Road, County Route 332
- Adams Creek Bridge (5C-196), on Coffee Creek Road, County Route 104
The old structures were single span, with lengths ranging from approximately 37 feet to 60 feet and widths ranging from approximately 13 feet to 17 feet. Records indicate that these structures were built from 1955 to 1979. The replacement bridges have been designed in accordance with current seismic and structural design standards for the State of California. Minor approach work improvements enhanced curvature and sight distance lines.
Key Project Dates
Advertise: Spring 2016
Construction: Summer – Fall 2017
Former Bridge at Ramshorn Creek.
Former Bridge at Adams Creek.
|Project #||CA HBP TRI CR104(1)|
|Project Name||Trinity County HBP Bridges et al|
Project Manager: James Herlyck
Federal Highway Administration
Central Federal Lands Highway Division
12300 West Dakota Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80228