This project replaced the existing SR 105, North River and Smith Creek bridges with two new bridge spans built of concrete girders. The new 36-foot-wide structures consist of two 12-foot-wide lanes and six-foot-wide shoulders. It also straighten a curved section of the highway.
The old bridges were constructed in 1959 of timber trestles. They were aging and too narrow to accommodate the types or number of vehicles that need to cross them today. They also did not meet current federal seismic, flood, or structural standards.
The new bridges were competed in the November 2014. They help improve safety and increase mobility on SR 105 along Willapa Bay between Raymond and Tokeland.
Improves safety and drivability on this section of the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway by constructing a wider roadway, and installing concrete road barriers and new bridge railings.
Provides a wider structure for motorists and allows traffic to flow smoothly across the bridges without delay.
| Protects Environment
Removes approximately 295 creosote treated timber piles from the creek and restores an estimated 319 square feet of streambed.
Partnerships & Cooperation
|Financial Data for PIN 410510A, 410510B|
||Amount ($ in thousands)|
|2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding)
|2005 Gas Tax (TPA)
|Pre-Existing Funds (PEF)
Project signage will reflect the cost of construction engineering, project bid award and sales tax.
Area Engineer Lori Figone
WSDOT Kelso Area Engineering Office
2400 Talley Way
Kelso, WA 98626
Phone: 360-442-1341, or toll free 1-800-545-1393
11018 NE 51st Circle
Vancouver, WA 98682
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