|M.A. Concrete crews stripe the roadway and install erosion control on 22 and J.9 roads. The roadway will reopen this week.|
22 Road from J Road to K Road is expected to reopen this week, crews are working on striping the roadway, installing erosion control, and finalizing work on the 22 Road and J.9 Bridge Replacement Project.
The project involved removing the existing bridge on 22 Road and installing a new box culvert along with adjusting elevations along the road for improved safety of the public traveling on 22 Road.
The old bridge, built in 1950, was structurally deficient and had a sufficiency rating of 48 out of 100. The structure and approaches were too narrow and had serious sight distance issues.
The project was identified in the Transportation Capital Program for several years, with the corridor being identified as important and needing improvements in several master plans in Mesa County.
The construction cost was paid for in part by a grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation.
|M.A. Concrete crews stripe the roadway and install erosion control.|
|Mesa County crews conduct a walk-through of the 22 Road and J.9 Bridge Replacement Project.|