Completed Project Report

TAYLOR FLATS BRIDGE #903-3.46 Project

Franklin County

TAYLOR FLATS BRIDGE #903-3.46

Project Number: 1118-01
From Milepost: 3.410 - To Milepost: 3.510
RATA funds: $ 117,800
Legislative District: 9
Funds Paid: $ 117,800
Date Approved: 2018
Completed: 2019

Taylor Flats Road is a major arterial two-lane road linking the northwestern region of Franklin County directly to Interstate-182 interchange. It provides an alternate route between SR-24 (Othello) to the I-182 urban growth area (Pasco/Richland/Kennewick). Taylor Flats carries the highest volume of traffic in the County's unincorporated roadway system with more than 6,000 vehicles (16% truck traffic).

Taylor Flats Bridge's width was 24 feet and too narrow for this level of traffic, rendering the structure functionally obsolete.

The deficient bridge was replaced with a 80-foot-long single span concrete girder bridge. The new bridge is now 40' wide, allowing a safer crossing. Only positive community feedback has been received from the time it was opened to the public.

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Contact the Franklin County Road Department for information about this project.