14 Street Ramp to Westbound Glenmore Trail Bridge Rehabilitation
The three spans cast-in-place box girder bridge was built in 1978 and carries two traffic lanes across Glenmore Trail S.W. The physical condition of various elements of this bridge has declined to the point where work is required to keep the bridge in service.
The project aims at rehabilitating deteriorated bridge elements and extending the service life of the bridge. Maintaining bridges is key to minimizing deterioration and keeping drivers and Calgarians safe.
- Traffic accommodations are expected for both Northbound 14 Street and Glenmore Trail
- Construction will be completed in stages and anticipated traffic staging includes lane closures
- The 14 Street Ramp will remain accessible throughout the duration of the project
Scope of work
The rehabilitation work on the bridge structure will include:
- Traffic barrier replacement
- Girders and deck repair
- Substructure repair
- Expansion joints replacement
- New asphalt-wearing surface
- Improving the condition, appearance, and safety of the bridge for drivers
- Extending the life of the bridge by over 30 years
The estimated investment for this project is $6.7 million.
- Spring 2023 - Construction Start
- Fall 2023 - Construction Complete
Specific dates will be posted closer to the construction period. Construction is dependent on weather, availability of materials, and site conditions. Updates will be provided regularly.
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