Amador County (County) proposed to replace the existing two lane Fiddletown Road Bridge (Bridge no. 26C-0021) (proposed project) with a new two-lane bridge. The new bridge would most likely be a concrete precast cored slab bridge with a span of approx. 40 feet long and a width of 30 feet. The widened roadway at the bridge will be necked down to conform to the existing roadway at approx. 200 feet from each side of the bridge. The new bridge will accommodate two 11 foot wide travel lanes and two 4 foot wide shoulders. Possible aesthetic features will be added tot he proposed bridge, including architectural formliners and/or a concrete facade along the edge of the deck to mimic the appearance of an arch bridge.
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