Shasta County is proposing to replace the existing bridge on Old Oasis Road at Churn Creek. The existing one-lane bridge would be replaced with a new two-lane bridge. The roadway approaching from the west would require about 220 feet of realignment. The roadway approaching from the east would require about 170 feet of realignment. Overhead utility lines may need to be relocated. There is a waterline on the existing bridge that will need to be relocated to the new bridge. The existing bridge will be closed and removed at the beginning of construction, and a one-mile detour maintained during the construction period. Construction is expected to occur in the summer of 2011 or 2012.
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Other (Bridge Replacement)
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