Public Meeting for Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge

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Source: Caltrans

Caltrans District 5 will be presenting the conceptual bridge rail design and the interpretive display concepts for the Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge replacement during a virtual public meeting that will take place on Monday, September 13 from 6 to 7 pm.

This project will include removal and replacement of the Alamo Pintado Creek Pedestrian Bridge. It will also include removing the retaining wall next to the bridge, placement of rock slope protection, as well as minor grading and embankment restoration.

No in-person public meeting will be held due to COVID-19, but a virtual public meeting will take place on Monday, September 13 from 6-7 pm.  Details on this meeting can be found online at the Caltrans District 5 website at:

For traffic updates on other state highways on the Central Coast motorists can call Caltrans District 5 Public Affairs at (805) 549-3318 or visit the District 5 website at:  

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John Wiley Sep 12, 2021 04:06 PM
Public Meeting for Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge

Ah, in Los Olivos! This one piqued my curiosity, and after some searching I finally found it. This 1912 bridge is parallel to Hwy.154, crossing Alamo Pintado Creek (34.667748, -120.119700 on gMaps, with Street Views from 154). The bridge supports are shot and it's sinking, so they're going to shore up the creek banks and replace the bridge. Caltrans posted a video that shows how it looks now (at 3:35, 3:50, 12:00 and a few other places on the 20 minute video); and one idea of how the replacement bridge would look (at 7:00 on the 20 minute video). There's a good article in the 9/9/21 Santa Ynez Valley Star - and the Caltrans video is at this link -

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