Canyon Bridges Replacement Project

Project Background

OC Public Works will remove and replace four bridges, with three located in Silverado Canyon and one in Modjeska Canyon. The bridges planned for replacement are 2-lane steel bridges built in the 1930s and 1940s. The new bridges are designed to enhance safety and access for residents and area motorists by bringing the structures up to current design standards. 

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Project Information

The four replacement bridges will be precast voided concrete slabs, single span bridges. In addition to constructing new bridge structures, the existing abutment will be completely removed and replaced. The bridge located near Ladd Canyon Road will be the first of the four bridges to be removed and replaced. OC Public Works will host community outreach meetings to present the preliminary bridge design options to the community and to solicit feedback.

LOCATION
DETAIL
COMMUNITY
OUTREACH
ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION START*

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Silverado Canyon Road Map Ladd Canyon Bridge near Ladd Canyon Road October 2019 2021

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Silverado Canyon Road Map West of Silverado Community Center Spring 2020 2021/2022

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Silverado Canyon Road Map Midway between OC Fire Authority Station 14 and Belha Way Spring 2020 2021/2022

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Modjeska Canyon Road Map

Markuson Road and Shadowland Circle Spring 2020

2021/2022

*The anticipated construction start date is tentative and is subject to change.

Project Process

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Project Events

WHAT:    Community Meeting: Ladd Canyon Bridge

WHEN:    October 29, 2019

WHERE:  Silverado Community Center, Building B, 27641 Silverado Canyon Road, Silverado, CA 92676

Project Survey

We want to hear from you! Take our brief online survey to select your preferred bridge railing design option. Click here to take the survey.

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Contact Information

Project Contact: Nathan Wheadon  

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