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Caltrans seeks community input on replacing Highway 162 bridge

BUTTE CITY – Caltrans is hosting an open house in Princeton to seek community comments about a proposed bridge and viaduct replacement project on Highway 162 in Glenn County.
The event will be 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday at Princeton High School, 473 State St. in Princeton. Community members can view project displays and review materials, including environmental documents. Caltrans staff members will be available to answer questions and receive comments from the public. Related Articles

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Caltrans proposes to replace a 71-year-old bridge that spans the Sacramento River in Butte City because the structure no longer meets current seismic safety standards. In addition, the $96.8 million project calls for replacing a viaduct section west of the bridge and constructing various roadway improvements in Butte City. Construction is estimated to start in summer 2021.
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