This project would rehabilitate the bridge at Penn Valley Drive and Clear Creek, bringing the structure into conformance with current state and local design standards for deck width (12-foot travel lanes and 4-foot shoulders). The bridge is currently structurally deficient and is therefore eligible for rehabilitation under the Federal Highway Bridge Program; the deck is also substandard in width at 26.5 feet wide from curb to curb. Penn Valley Drive is a major bicycle corridor, and the substandard bridge deck does not provide adequate shoulders to accommodate bicycle traffic. The bridge was built in 1931 and widened in 1957.
State Exchange and Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP)