|July 2013 (38.54083 Degrees, -121.92889 Degrees) Dry Slough Bridge|
Continuing west on Russell Blvd we reached one of the oldest bridges in Yolo County. The Dry Slough Bridge (22C0121) is a 60 ft long, closed spandrel arch carrying CR91A (just north of Russell Blvd) that was built in 1913. Its daily traffic is under 100 vehicles a day, the deck is less than 20 ft wide, and it's in 'Good' condition with a sufficiency rating of 62.7.
The bridge is a little hard to see because of all the surrounding foliage. Its closed arch walls have posts that extend above the deck to support the barrier rails and (unfortunately) the deck covered in asphalt.
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