Placer County Department of Public Works, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes to replace the existing two-lane Watt Avenue Bridge over Dry Creek. The existing bridge was built in 1940. It provides two lanes with no shoulder and non-crash tested barriers and is considered functionally obsolete. The proposed project would provide a new four-lane bridge designed to meet present and projected traffic volumes. The new bridge would be supported by three multi-column piers and two abutments. Each pier would be composed of reinforced concrete columns supported by Type II, Cast-in-drilled-hole (CIDH) piles.
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California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, North Central Region 2 (CDFW), California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, District 3 (DOT), California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, Department of Toxic Substances Control, Office of Historic Preservation, Sierra Nevada Conservancy, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, Central Valley Flood Protection Board, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 (RWQCB)
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