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Black Road Bridge Construction
updated: May 15, 2014, 9:05 AM

Source: Public Works Department

Construction of Black Road Bridge at Orcutt Creek Begins May 19, 2014

Construction begins May 19, 2014 to replace the bridge on Black Road located 1000' ft. North of State Route 1 at Orcutt Creek. The new bridge is being constructed to meet current design standards for bridge width, bridge railings, and metal beam guard railings.

Construction will be performed by R. Burke Construction Company. Work begins May 19, 2014, and is scheduled to end December 2014 contingent on weather. Black Road will be closed and traffic will be detoured around the project. Watch for detour signage.

This $2.1 million dollar project will be funded through a Federal Highway Bridge Program grant for $1.69 million. The remaining $410,000 will come from matching State Prop 1B, State Gas Taxes and Santa Barbara County Measure A revenue.

For questions, please contact us during regular business hours at 805-739-8780, or at 805-681-4990; you may also call our 24-hour Phone Information Line at 805-681-4995. Updates will be posted at the following County of Santa Barbara, Public Works Department sites:

  • Website: https://www.countyofsb.org/pwd/pwhome.aspx
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CountyOfSbPublicWork
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/COSBPublicWorks
  • 24 hour Phone Information Line (805) 681-4995

    The Public Works Department would like to thank local residents, cyclists, pedestrians and the traveling public for their patience and cooperation during the construction of this project.


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