California Department of Transportation, District 6
Widening and Railing Replacements at Three Bridges
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
transportation, agriculture, canal
Caltrans proposes to widen three existing bridges in rural Tulare County and replace their railings. Sand Creek Bridge (No. 46-0137) is on SR 201 (Avenue 400) at PM 12.48 at County Road 116, 1.8 miles southwest of the town of Cutler. The Friant-Kern Canal Bridge (No. 46-0065) is also located on SR 201 (Avenue 384) at PM 21.21, about 4 miles east of Seville. The Kaweah River Bridge (No. 46-0091) is located on SR 216 (Lomitas Drive) at PM 18.68, about half a mile northwest of Lemon Cove. The purpose of the project is to upgrade two bridges on SR 201 and one bridge on SR 216 to current Caltrans design standards for railings and lane and shoulder widths.
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