I-5 over LUCILE ST


+47.55347, -122.31777
47°33'13" N, 122°19'04" W


Source: National Bridge Inventory. Information not verified; use at your own risk.
Name:I-5 over LUCILE ST
Structure number:0007734C0000000
Location:3.9 N JCT SR 900
Purpose:Carries highway over highway
Route classification:Principal Arterial - Interstate (Urban) [11]
Length of largest span:69.9 ft. [21.3 m]
Total length:190.0 ft. [57.9 m]
Roadway width between curbs:76.1 ft. [23.2 m]
Deck width edge-to-edge:79.1 ft. [24.1 m]
Vertical clearance below bridge:21.7 ft. [6.6 m]
Skew angle:22°
Owner:State Highway Agency [01]
Year built:1966
Year reconstructed:1995
Historic significance:Historical significance is not determinable at this time [4]
Design load:MS 18+Mod / HS 20+Mod [6]
Number of main spans:3
Main spans material:Concrete continuous [2]
Main spans design:Slab [01]
Deck type:Concrete Cast-in-Place [1]
Wearing surface:Monolithic Concrete (concurrently placed with structural deck) [1]

Latest Available Inspection: November 2016

Good/Fair/Poor Condition:Fair
Status:Open, no restriction [A]
Average daily traffic:90,989 [as of 2012]
Truck traffic:9% of total traffic
Deck condition:Satisfactory [6 out of 9]
Superstructure condition:Satisfactory [6 out of 9]
Substructure condition:Good [7 out of 9]
Structural appraisal:Equal to present minimum criteria [6]
Deck geometry appraisal:Somewhat better than minimum adequacy to tolerate being left in place as is [5]
Underclearances appraisal:Meets minimum tolerable limits to be left in place as is [4]
Roadway alignment appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Scour condition:Bridge not over waterway. [N]
Operating rating:91.7 tons [83.4 metric tons]
Inventory rating:54.9 tons [49.9 metric tons]
Sufficiency rating:86.2
Recommended work:Bridge rehabilitation because of general structure deterioration or inadequate strength. [35]
Estimated cost of work:$5,016,000

Previous Inspections

DateSuff. RatingConditionDeckSuperstructureSubstructureSD/FOADT
November 201686.2FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-90989
November 201488.4FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-90989
November 201288.1FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-93613
December 201087.9FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-95457
December 200887.9FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-95457
October 200686.9FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-106000
December 200486.9FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-106000
November 200286.9FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-106000
October 200087.7FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-98250
July 199887.7FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-98250
June 199787.7FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-98250
November 199586.3GoodGoodGoodGood-98250
June 199390.8FairSatisfactorySatisfactoryGood-95900
April 199192.3GoodGoodGoodGood-75675

Element Data

Source: National Bridge Elements dataset, 2016 edition. This feature is experimental.
ElementUnitsQuantity1. Good2. Fair3. Poor4. Serious
Reinforced Concrete Top Flangesq. ft.14,47814,45311122
Reinforced Concrete Columneach1010000
Reinforced Concrete Abutmentlinear ft.190190000
Pourable Jointlinear ft.164082082
Open Jointlinear ft.328032800
Movable Bearingeach2020000
Bridge Rail
Reinforced Concrete Bridge Raillinear ft.380380000
Reinforced Concrete Slabsq. ft.14,47814,41910490