|(36.4356, -121.9191) Granite Canyon Bridge|
Similar to the Garrapata Creek Bridge, the Granite Canyon Bridge is a 288 ft long bridge with a 127 ft long arch span that was built in 1931. Also like the previously mentioned bridge, it has a lot of concrete spalls due to the marine environment and requires continually maintenance.
The Pacific Coast Highway requires a lot of work to keep open, especially during the winter when landslides frequently cover the highway. People want to visit the ocean on the west side of California and the mountains on the east side of California and it's Caltrans' job to provide access to them.