+33.13459, -89.63126
33°08'05" N, 89°37'53" W


Source: National Bridge Inventory. Information not verified; use at your own risk.
Name:SR 35 over SUGAR CREEK
Structure number:310003500416370
Location:5.2 MI N SR 12
Purpose:Carries highway over waterway
Route classification:Principal Arterial - Other (Rural) [02]
Length of largest span:20.0 ft. [6.1 m]
Total length:60.0 ft. [18.3 m]
Roadway width between curbs:25.9 ft. [7.9 m]
Deck width edge-to-edge:27.9 ft. [8.5 m]
Owner:State Highway Agency [01]
Year built:1950
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:Slab [01]
Deck type:Concrete Cast-in-Place [1]

Latest Available Inspection: June 2015

Good/Fair/Poor Condition:Poor
Status:Open, would be posted or closed except for temporary shoring [D]
Average daily traffic:2,600 [as of 2013]
Truck traffic:15% of total traffic
Deck condition:Satisfactory [6 out of 9]
Superstructure condition:Satisfactory [6 out of 9]
Substructure condition:Serious [3 out of 9]
Structural appraisal:Basically intolerable requiring high priority of replacement [2]
Deck geometry appraisal:Basically intolerable requiring high priority of corrrective action [3]
Water adequacy appraisal:Equal to present minimum criteria [6]
Roadway alignment appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Channel protection:Bank protection is in need of minor repairs. River control devices and embankment protection have a little minor damage. Banks and/or channel have minor amounts of drift. [7]
Scour condition:Bridge foundations determined to be stable for assessed or calculated scour condition. [5]
Sufficiency rating:7.0
Recommended work:Replacement of bridge or other structure because of substandard load carrying capacity or substantial bridge roadway geometry. [31]
Estimated cost of work:$828,000,000

Previous Inspections

DateSuff. RatingConditionDeckSuperstructureSubstructureSD/FOADT
June 20157.0PoorSatisfactorySatisfactorySeriousSD2600
June 20137.0PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2600
July 201143.4PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2800
August 201022.9PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2800
June 200922.9PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2900
June 200735.7PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD3100
June 200635.7PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD3100
June 200535.7PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD3100
June 200437.0PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2800
June 200234.1PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD3700
June 200037.4PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2700
June 199837.4PoorSatisfactorySatisfactoryPoorSD2700
June 199757.1FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2700
June 199654.1FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2700
June 199552.6FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2570
June 199452.6FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2570
May 199352.6FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2570
June 199045.5FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryFairFO2570

Element Data

Source: National Bridge Elements dataset, 2016 edition. This feature is experimental.
ElementUnitsQuantity1. Good2. Fair3. Poor4. Serious
Reinforced Concrete Abutmentlinear ft.6969000
Timber Pileeach100019
Reinforced Concrete Pier Caplinear ft.5756010
Pourable Jointlinear ft.5600560
Bridge Rail
Reinforced Concrete Bridge Raillinear ft.120113610
Reinforced Concrete Slabsq. ft.1,6801,18549500