In all, the new Applegate River Bridge uses pre-stressed concrete beams, and features two 12-foot travel lanes as well as two 10-foot shoulders. The new bridge railing meets todayâ€™s safety standards and, unlike the old
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structure that had six supports in the river channel, the new bridge has only two. The bridge is also slightly wider on the west end to accommodate a new turn lane at Riverbanks Road.
Moving Ahead - Fall Edition 2014