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Pudding River (Whiskey Hill Road) Bridge Replacement

Project Description: The existing two-lane bridge was built in 1931 and is reaching the end of its functional life. While not at risk of collapsing, it is very narrow and because of the horizontally-curved alignment has poor sight distance. Because of these factors, this bridge has been the site of numerous accidents over the years. This project will replace the existing bridge with a new bridge that meets or exceeds current and much safer design standards.

Updated: 4/29/16

Status: Preparing for Construction


Contact: Stan Monte, Project Manager: 503-742-4678

Consultant: David Evans & Associates Inc.

Contractor: Farline Bridge, Inc.

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Whiskey Hill Road Pudding River corner
Existing Bridge

Whiskey Hill Road Pudding River narrow bridge
Existing Bridge With Truck Traffic

Whiskey Hill Road Pudding River plan
Proposed Bridge Alignment

Whiskey Hill Road Pudding River plan
Proposed Bridge Plan and Elevation

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