Shadow Mountain Road would be extended east and terminate at a new "T" intersection at National Trails Highway. Shadow Mountain Road extension would result in the construction of two bridges, one over the Mojave River Basin, and the other over the BNSF rail line on the segment of Shadow Mountain Road between Jordan Road and National Trails Highway. In addition, Vista Road would be extended south, parallel to the BNSF right-of-way to meet with the new Shadow Mountain Road extension.
Transportation:Other (Grade Separation with two bridges)
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