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Livingston County Route C Bridge Available For Reuse

It is the last month to submit a proposal to the Missouri Department of Transportation for the reuse of the Pony Truss, Warren alternating vertical bridge on Livingston County Route C over Shoal Creek.

The bridge currently resides 1.4 miles northwest of Dawn.

The Shoal Creek Bridge is a rigid-connected, 178-foot long bridge with a 100-foot Warren alternating verticals pony truss and a 38-foot wide flange girder approach span on each end.

A bridge replacement project will go out for contractor bids in June 2022.

The bridge is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under criteria A and C for local significance in transportation and engineering.

Federal law requires any state proposing demolition of a historic bridge to first make it available for donation to a state, locality, or responsible private entity.

Government entities, historical or civic groups, or private citizens can all obtain the bridge free of charge.

The party obtaining the bridge will absorb any costs to remove the bridge or any parts of the bridge.

Individuals and organizations interested in taking all or part of the bridge should submit a proposal for reuse.

MoDOT’s Historic Preservation Section will accept proposals for the relocation and reuse of the bridge, or its components, until December 31.



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