Jack Peters Bridge Widening & Rail Upgrade
The Jack Peters Creek Bridge Widening and Rail Upgrade Project is located on State Route 1 (SR1) in Mendocino County (post miles 51.87).
The purpose of the project is to bring Jack Peters Creek Bridge up to current design standards by widening the existing structure and upgrading bridge rails.
The project includes:
The project includes widening the bridge to accommodate two 12-foot wide lanes, two 6-foot-wide shoulders and a 6-foot wide separated pedestrian walkway on the west side of the widened structure that will link the segment of the California Coastal Trail from County Road 5000 to Lansing Drive.
Current Project Schedule
- Advertise - February 2023
- Award - April 2023
- Begin Construction - May 2023
- End Construction - October 2024
Project Funding Estimates
- Construction Capital: $9,596,000
- Right-of-Way Capital: $717,000
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(707) 496-6879, TTY 711
Caltrans has hosted two virtual meetings for the proposed bridge widening and rail upgrade project for the Jack Peters Creek Bridge (No. 10-0150) located on State Route 1 north of the town of Mendocino, in Mendocino County. (Post mile 51.3 to 52.1)
Click on the thumbnails below to view the meetings.
Virtual Meeting | Oct. 6, 2022
Virtual Meeting | April 7, 2022
Jack Peters Creek Bridge: View Looking East (Proposed)
Jack Peters Creek Bridge (Current)