The Inyo County Public Works Dept proposes the Walker Creek Road Bridge Replacement Project, which would involve the replacement of County Bridge 48C0039 with a new bridge and would close the existing bridge to public vehicular traffic. The proposed project would also include the realignment of Walker Creek Rd as it approaches the bridge in either direction. The proposed project is needed to improve bridge functionality and public safety. The existing bridge has been evaluated under the Federal Highway Administration's Highway Bridge Program and was classified as functionally obsolete according to the National Bridge Inspection Standards. The new bridge is structurally sound, meets modern structural and safety codes, and provides adequate vehicle access between US Hwy 395 and destinations west of the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
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Transportation:Other (bridge and road realignment)
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