Bridges a. Installation of a temporary (Xxxxxx-type) bridge over an existing structure or at a previously disturbed location, such as a former bridge location, to allow passage of emergency vehicles.
Bridges. Any miscellaneous parts needing repair or replacement during normal use of any bridge during haul shall be considered maintenance. This includes minor items such as object markers, running planks that have loosened or cracked deck boards, or drainage structures which may become plugged. Bridge decks that are dirt and dust covered shall be cleaned to allow for proper drainage and for safety of the user.
Bridges. Bridges must be properly maintained in order to ensure normal flow under the bridge while also continuing to provide equipment or foot access across a watercourse. Repair or replacement is necessary when incidental damage occurs to a bridge that prevents optimum water flow or results in an unsafe crossing situation. Repair or replacement activities typically occur above the high water line.
Bridges. 18 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all bridge barrier walls, bridge piers, and bridge 19 abutment walls in Aesthetic Area 1 in accordance with Exhibits L2.14, L2.15, and L2.17 of the 20 LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these simulations. The 00xx Xxxxxx bridge does not 21 need to be painted to match the Aesthetic Area unless the bridge is modified by Developer’s 22 design.
Bridges. 6 If AR-ACFC is used on bridges, it must extend to the limits noted below.
Bridges. 4 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all new bridge barrier walls, bridge piers, and 5 bridge abutment walls in Aesthetic Area 5 in accordance with Exhibits L2.30, L2.31, and L2.33 6 of the LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these simulations. Developer shall paint the 7 existing 00xx Xxxxxx bridge with the Aesthetic Area 5 base color. If the 63rd Avenue bridge is 8 replaced, it shall have the same rustication as the existing structure, and Developer shall paint