Public roadway - Low Density Residential (LDR) (one dwelling unit per 5.0 acres)
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The purpose of the Project is to replace the functionally obsolete Blair Road Bridge over the EID Canal with a culvert that meets current design standards. The Project involves replacing the existing approximately 36-foot-long, 15-foot-wide, one-lane reinforced concrete-slab bridge with a double-barrel culvert (two 42-inch or equivalent size circular culverts) that meets current design standards and improves the horizontal alignment of the roadway. The proposed culvert would tie in with the existing 28-foot-wide roadway providing two 11-foot traffic lanes and 3-foot shoulders on each side of the roadway. The proposed culvert would be located at the existing bridge location. Widening would occur on both sides.
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