The existing Camino Del Mar bridge (Bridge No. 57C-0209) is proposed to be replaced to provide continued vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle movement along Camino del Mar as it crosses the San Dieguito Lagoon in the City of Del Mar. The project would maintain critical north-south access along the same horizontal roadway alignment with an improved design for access and public safety, and improved reliability of future access in consideration of projected coastal hazards. The replacement bridge design consists of a five-span cast-in-place prestressed concrete box girder bridge that would be slightly longer, wider, and higher than the existing bridge. The number of piers in the lagoon would be reduced from 10 to 4. The roadway approach zones within Camino Del Mar would also require modifications to accommodate the raised elevation of the bridge, including sidewalk reconstruction to meet the proposed pedestrian sidewalks on both sides of the replacement bridge. The project is estimated to be constructed over 36 months using five construction stages: site preparation, east-side bridge replacement, west-side bridge replacement, center median closure and final improvements.