IS 29 S over KIMSEY BR


+40.05938, -95.16500
40°03'34" N, 95°09'54" W


Source: National Bridge Inventory. Information not verified; use at your own risk.
Name:IS 29 S over KIMSEY BR
Structure number:1472
Old structure number:A1772 4 (from 1992 edition)
Location:S 27 T 61 N R 38 W
Purpose:Carries highway over waterway
Route classification:Principal Arterial - Interstate (Rural) [01]
Length of largest span:9.8 ft. [3.0 m]
Total length:21.0 ft. [6.4 m]
Skew angle:
Owner:State Highway Agency [01]
Year built:1972
Historic significance:Bridge is not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places [5]
Design load:MS 18 / HS 20 [5]
Number of main spans:2
Main spans material:Concrete continuous [2]
Main spans design:Culvert [19]
Deck type:Not applicable [N]

Latest Available Inspection: January 2018

Good/Fair/Poor Condition:Poor
Status:Open, no restriction [A]
Average daily traffic:13,801 [as of 2016]
Truck traffic:46% of total traffic
Structural appraisal:Meets minimum tolerable limits to be left in place as is [4]
Water adequacy appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Roadway alignment appraisal:Equal to present desirable criteria [8]
Channel protection:Bank and embankment protection is severely undermined. River control devices have severe damage. Large deposits of debris are in the channel. [4]
Culvert condition:Large spalls, heavy scaling, wide cracks, considerable efflorescence or opened construction joint permitting loss of backfill. Considerable settlement or misalignment. Considerable scouring or erosion at curtain walls, wingwalls or pipes. Metal culverts have significant distortion and deflection throughout, extensive corrosion or deep pitting. [4]
Scour condition:Bridge foundations determined to be stable for the assessed or calculated scour condition. [8]
Sufficiency rating:54.7
Recommended work:Bridge rehabilitation because of general structure deterioration or inadequate strength. [35]
Estimated cost of work:$255,000

Previous Inspections

DateConditionCulvert ConditionADTSuff. Rating
January 2018Poor4 out of 101380154.7
January 2017Poor4 out of 101380154.7
January 2016Poor4 out of 101329554.8
January 2015Poor4 out of 101435854.7
January 2014Poor4 out of 101351954.8
December 2012Poor4 out of 101356054.7
February 2012Poor4 out of 101434254.7
November 2010Poor4 out of 101463454.6
February 2010Poor4 out of 101434854.7
January 2009Fair6 out of 101435682.2
January 2007Fair6 out of 101186182.3
October 2004Fair6 out of 101121382.4
October 2002Fair6 out of 101315082.3
January 2001Fair6 out of 101216881.6
November 1999FairN out of 10607497.4
November 1998Fair6 out of 101187181.6
December 1996Fair6 out of 101138681.7
October 1994Fair6 out of 101120782.0
October 1992Fair6 out of 101091282.0
January 1992FairN out of 10518897.6
January 1991Good8 out of 101047282.0

Element Data

Source: National Bridge Elements dataset, 2019 edition. This feature is experimental.
Reinforced Concrete Culvertlinear ft.64060030100