The County of Madera Resource Management Agency, in cooperation with Caltrans, is proposing to replace the current two-lane bridge located on Road 427 (State Bridge No. 41C-0123) crossing Oak Creek. Road 427 is locally known as School Road. The existing two-lane bridge, which is a reinforced concrete slab bridge, and guard rail, chain link fence, pier and abutments, will be removed and replaced with 69-foot long, 53.5-foot wide, precast concrete girders with reinforced concrete deck structure over cast-in-place abutments. The bridge will conform to the existing approach road width. No center support within the creek bed is proposed and the project will not include additional travel lanes. One lane of the bridge will remain open during the construction phase to avoid road closure.
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