The existing Calaveritas Road Bridge would be removed and replaced with a single span 110-foot long by 26-foot wide (24 foot clear traffic width) cast-in-place post-tensioned concrete box girder bridge. The north abutment would be founded on a pile footing due to a potential void at its location and the south abutment would be founded on a spread footing due to the presence of competent rock near the surface. The new bridge would have a structure depth of five feet and a profile grade approximately 4.5 feet higher than the existing bridge. The bridge profile is being raised to provide adequate hydraulic clearance over Calaveritas Creek. In order to accommodate the desire of local residents to preserve the aesthetics of the existing bridge, the new bridge would reuse the existing trusses as a non-load-bearing aesthetic feature.
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