US 101, Bone River Bridge Replacement
The US 101 Bone River Bridge was built in 1935 and has carried coastal drivers through 77 years of American history. In August, 2012 contractor crews begin work on a project that replaces the aging structure with a bridge that will stand strong into the future.

Age is only one reason why we have prioritized the Bone River Bridge for replacement. With a narrow roadway, wood-bridge frame and timber-trestle base, the existing bridge doesn’t meet today’s structural, seismic or flood standards.

We're replacing the existing structure with a new bridge span built of concrete girders. The new bridge will enhance safety and allow US 101 to remain a viable West Coast freight route.

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