Northwest District Projects

Mohave County Sacramento Wash Bridge in Topock

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Site preparations are underway at Sacramento Wash

Project Overview

Construction on Mohave County’s first Prefabricated Bridge Element (PBE) was completed in March, 2017. The PBE is located on Oatman Highway along Route 66 over the Sacramento Wash in Topock, one mile north of Interstate 40.

Mohave County received a $1 million FHWA Accelerated Innovation Deployment Discretionary Grant toward the $1.8 million roadway improvement project. The new single-span bridge will provide an approximate 110-foot clear span that will pass the two-year, 30-minute storm event.

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For More Information

ADOT Project Information Line: 855.712.8530

Michele E. Beggs
Senior Community Relations Officer, Northwest District
928.681.6054
Email: mbeggs@azdot.gov

 

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