SR-2 Sheep Creek Bridge Shoulder Widening
- EA 0H470/Project ID 0812000074
In Wrightwood, on State Route 2 at Sheep Creek Bridge (No. 54-360), in San Bernardino County at post mile 2.44.
Purpose and Need
The purpose of this project is to address the recommendation from the Maintenance and Investigations (SM&I) Structure Replacement and Improvement Needs (STRAIN) Report to upgrade the existing bridge railing. In addition, the project will install guardrail sidings, widen the bridge on both sides, and incorporate standard shoulders.
Project Description and Scope
Widen existing bridge on both sides to accommodate 8-foot shoulders, upgrade bridge rails, and install guardrail.
*Date estimates as activities have not yet occurred
Frequently Asked Questions?
Q: Will a pedestrian path be added to the bridge?
A: No. A pedestrian bridge will not be added to the project widening design. The additional environmental studies and cost would delay the overall project delivery schedule.
Q: Will lighting be added to the bridge?
A: No, overhead lighting will not be added to the bridge. However, reflective pavement markers will be installed.
Q: Will traffic be detoured into the local community?
A: No. Non-local traffic will be detoured to State Route 18, Bobs Gap Rd, and Big Pines Hwy.
Q:Will local traffic be allowed to use Wright Mountain Rd?
A: Yes. During full closures, locals will be allowed to use Wright Mountain Rd to access Wrightwood.
Q: How long will the project be in construction?
A: Construction activities are expected to last two years. This timeframe is taking into account building the bridge in two halves to allow access during construction.
Q:Will there be construction activities during the winter?
A: No. Construction activities will be in suspension during the winter seasons.
Q: How do I get on the project email listing?
A: Send an email to: Tyeisha.email@example.com and indicate “SR-2 Sheep Creek Bridge” in the subject line.
Q:How can I get more project information or report a problem during construction?
A: By contacting the project’s Public Information Officer, Tyeisha Prunty at (909) 383-1910 or via email Tyeisha.firstname.lastname@example.org.