The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Office of Structure Investigations is responsible for performing bridge inspections in accordance with federal regulations on approximately 12,000 bridges owned by local government agencies, making structure work repair recommendations, determining the safe load capacity, etc. Caltrans inspects approximately 43 bridges in unincorporated Nevada County. Bridges that have been identified as structurally deficient may be eligible for replacement or repair under the Local Highway Bridge Program (HBP). The purpose of the HBP is to replace and rehabilitate public highway bridges that the State and Federal Highway Administration determine to be unsafe due to structural deficiencies.
Since 2017, Nevada County has replaced or rehabilitated 7 bridges in western Nevada County. The County is currently working on four additional bridges scheduled for replacement or rehabilitation by 2022. These include the following (estimated construction year in parenthesis)
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