Sh-221/Sec-2/L7.19 over Larkin Creek


Source: National Bridge Inventory. Information not verified; use at your own risk.
Name:Sh-221/Sec-2/L7.19 over Larkin Creek
Structure number:0000000000M1838
Location:0.8 Mi East Of Jct Sh 261
Purpose:Carries highway over waterway
Route classification:Major Collector (Rural) [07]
Length of largest span:19.0 ft. [5.8 m]
Total length:57.1 ft. [17.4 m]
Roadway width between curbs:24.3 ft. [7.4 m]
Deck width edge-to-edge:25.6 ft. [7.8 m]
Owner:State Highway Agency [01]
Year built:1957
Historic significance:Bridge is not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places [5]
Design load:M 13.5 / H 15 [2]
Number of main spans:3
Main spans material:Concrete [1]
Main spans design:Channel beam [22]
Deck type:Concrete Precast Panels [2]
Wearing surface:Bituminous [6]

Latest Available Inspection: October 2018

Good/Fair/Poor Condition:Fair
Status:Open, no restriction [A]
Average daily traffic:330 [as of 2014]
Truck traffic:1% of total traffic
Deck condition:Good [7 out of 9]
Superstructure condition:Fair [5 out of 9]
Substructure condition:Satisfactory [6 out of 9]
Structural appraisal:Somewhat better than minimum adequacy to tolerate being left in place as is [5]
Deck geometry appraisal:Somewhat better than minimum adequacy to tolerate being left in place as is [5]
Water adequacy appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Roadway alignment appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Channel protection:Banks are protected or well vegetated. River control devices such as spur dikes and embankment protection are not required or are in a stable condition. [8]
Pier/abutment protection:Navigation protection not required [1]
Scour condition:Bridge foundations determined to be stable for assessed or calculated scour condition. [5]
Sufficiency rating:65.9
Recommended work:Bridge rehabilitation because of general structure deterioration or inadequate strength. [35]
Estimated cost of work:$66,000

Previous Inspections

DateConditionDeckSuperstructureSubstructureADTSuff. Rating
October 2018FairGoodFairSatisfactory33065.9
October 2016FairGoodFairSatisfactory41064.9
October 2014PoorGoodFairPoor41048.8
October 2013PoorGoodFairPoor33049.8
November 2012PoorGoodFairPoor33049.8
November 2011PoorGoodFairPoor33049.2
November 2010PoorPoorPoorFair33046.2
December 2009PoorPoorPoorFair33046.2
October 2008PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory39049.2
November 2007PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory40038.2
November 2006PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory40038.2
October 2005PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory42037.1
November 2004PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory42048.1
November 2003PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory53047.7
November 2002PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory53047.7
November 2000PoorVery GoodPoorSatisfactory55047.7
December 1998PoorGoodPoorSatisfactory55047.7
November 1996PoorGoodPoorGood19050.6
October 1994PoorGoodPoorGood19050.6
October 1992PoorGoodPoorGood19050.6
October 1991PoorGoodPoorGood77246.5

Element Data

Source: National Bridge Elements dataset, 2019 edition. This feature is experimental.
Reinforced Concrete Girder/Beamlinear ft.39986772360
Reinforced Concrete Top Flangesq. ft.1,4541,454000
Reinforced Concrete Abutmentlinear ft.7371200
Timber Pileeach104150
Reinforced Concrete Pier Caplinear ft.5348050
Bridge Rail
Steel or Aluminum Bridge Raillinear ft.114011400