|January 2014 (38.47000 Degrees, -122.03972 Degrees) Pleasants Valley Road Bridge|
Its unfortunate that these new bridges are so uninteresting. They are all cast-in-place, single span, prestressed box girder bridges. Pleasants Creek is dramatic with shear sides and a deep canyon but the bridges were not designed to enhance the view.
This Pleasants Valley Road Bridge (23C0251) is 147.6 ft long and 35.1 ft wide. It is on a slight (15 degrees) skew and it was built in 2006 across Pleasants Creek.
Solano County, California Bridges: Pleasants Valley Road Bridge across Pleasants Creek by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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