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Project Overview

The Oak Ridge Bridge Replacement Project will provide a new bridge over Linda Creek. The new bridge will be on Oak Ridge Drive just north of Cirby Way and south of Coloma Way. Improvements will also include:
Current Project
- Expanded sidewalks on both sides of the street;

- Improved vehicle travel due to widened lanes and shoulder widths; and a

- Raised roadway profile for better ADA access and improved storm water passage under the bridge


The construction of the bridge replacement is anticipated to begin in 2020.

There will be a detour during construction that will permit faster and more cost effective construction.

The existing multi-use trail adjacent to Oak Ridge Bridge will be accessible from Charleston Circle during construction. At the construction site, users will be required to back-track on the trail.

Cost & Funding

The estimated cost for construction and construction engineering is $4,503,000. The project will be fully funded by the federal Highway Bridge Program and Toll Credit funds. No General Fund or Measure B money will be used for the project.

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