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City begins concrete pours for Golden Valley Road Bridge

Last link in Cross Valley Connector

Posted: August 11, 2009 3:43 p.m.
Updated: August 11, 2009 6:35 p.m.
Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour. Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour.
Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour.
Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour. Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour.
Here's an aerial view of the bridge after the first concrete pour.
The bridge will be the final section of the 8 ½ mile roadway to connect the I-5 and Highway 126 with the 14 Freeway. The bridge will be the final section of the 8 ½ mile roadway to connect the I-5 and Highway 126 with the 14 Freeway.
The bridge will be the final section of the 8 ½ mile roadway to connect the I-5 and Highway 126 with the 14 Freeway.
The city of Santa Clarita begins the first of 12 large concrete pours for the Golden Valley Road Bridge. The city of Santa Clarita begins the first of 12 large concrete pours for the Golden Valley Road Bridge.
The city of Santa Clarita begins the first of 12 large concrete pours for the Golden Valley Road Bridge.
The concrete pour began at 4 a.m. The concrete pour began at 4 a.m.
The concrete pour began at 4 a.m.
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The city of Santa Clarita began the first of 12 large concrete pours for the Golden Valley Road Bridge, the final link in the Cross Valley Connector last Friday.

Seven hundred cubic yards of concrete was poured for the first of four sections on the left, northbound side of the Golden Valley Road bridge.

The next step involves repeating the same pour process on the first of four sections on the right, southbound side of the bridge. This process will continue until the pour is completed on all eight sections of the bridge.

The bridge is the final section of the 8½-mile roadway that provides an east/west corridor through Santa Clarita connecting Interstate and Highway 126 with the Highway 14.

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