|September 2013 (38.66000 Degrees, -121.15778 Degrees) Blue Ravine Road Bridge|
Another thing I noticed while riding on the Jebediah Smith Auxiliary Bike Trail were several slab bridges with low vertical clearance that carried traffic over the bike trail and over the different creeks in Folsom. My feeling is that they were originally just for the creeks and they put the bike trail under the bridges later. You can see from the sign leaning against the abutment that they close the bike trail whenever the creek gets too high.
The Blue Ravine Road Bridge (24C0384) is one of the older of these slab bridges. It was built in 1986. It is a two span bridge (one span for the bike path and one span for the creek) and it is 58 ft long (and 95 ft wide).
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