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4 TH STREET BRIDGE Pueblo, Colorado December 2006 Project Overview
Project Team Colorado Department of Transportation FHWA Design Consultants –FIGG Project Management & Bridge Engineering –PBS&J Civil, Roadway, Traffic, Utilities, Environmental –Ayres Associates Hydraulics & Drainage –Goodson/MWWA Geotechnical, Geology –The Szynskie Group Lighting & Electrical Design –EDAW Urban Design & Landscape Architecture –Abel Engineering Survey & ROW Support
Project History Replacement of existing bridge K-18-Z –Structurally Deficient, Functionally Obsolete Statewide Transportation Plan – 1996 Consultant Services - 2000 Conceptual Design – 2001/2002 Preliminary Design 2003 Environmental Clearance – 2003 thru 2005 Final Design – 2006
Project Timeline 90% Plans October 18, 2006 PS&E December 18, 2006 Advertisement March 2007 Contract Award May- June 2007 Construction (3-4 years) 2007-2011
Project Aerial Map River RR Yard Mall Loop Ramp Rd Floodwall Bluff To I-25
Project Description Study Corridor Elizabeth St. to Abriendo Ave. Construction Limits Midtown Circle to Corona Ave.
Bluff Arkansas River Trail Fishing Pier Kayak Course Site Description – West End
Site Description – East End Railroad Facilities Midtown Mall Commercial Downtown Pueblo
Existing Bridge Conditions Undesirable Roadway Geometry Insufficient Safety Clearances Substandard Load Carrying Capacity Structurally Deficient Functionally Obsolete Insufficient Pedestrian/Bicycle Facilities
Existing Bridge Conditions Narrow Lanes, Shoulders, Sidewalks
Project Considerations Railroad Coordination City Coordination Utilities Phasing / Maintenance of Traffic Arkansas River & Recreation Area Access to Midtown Mall Construction Access and Staging Areas Environmental Compliance
Proposed Roadway Section 4-Lane Build / 6-Lane Future Capacity
Proposed Structure & Alignment
Proposed Alignment North Alignment - Aerial
Proposed Structure Information Twin Structures 6-ft Separation Average Length: 1,137 feet 5 Spans (151’, 235’, 378’, 228’, 145’) Clear Spans: –Arkansas River & Levee –River Trail –UPRR & BNSF Yards (w/ pier between) –Loop Ramp Road
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