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Somerset Rd over TRIB. TO NORTH WEA CREEK (Route: 6109)
Num:611095704885x
Posted for load [P]
Built: 1910, Reconstructed: N/A [0000]
Historic: Bridge is possibly eligible for the NRHP. [3]

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Rough Distance: 0.1 Miles (0.1 Kilometers)

Bridge Type
Main Span(s): Steel [3] Stringer/Multi-beam or girder [02]
Approach Span(s): Other [00]
Deck: Corrugated Steel [6] with Wearing Surface: Gravel [8]
Bridge Dimensions
Length: 7.9 m = 25.9 ft
Main Spans: 1 at 7.4 m = 24.3 ft
Approach Spans: 0
Skew: 0
Width, Roadway: 4.8 m = 15.7 ft (1 Lanes) and Out-To-Out: 4.8 m = 15.7 ft for a 7.4 m = 24.3 ft approaching roadway.
Vertical Clearance: 30.47 m = 100.0 ft and Navigational Clearance: 0 = N/A
Location
Unknown [00000]: Miami County [121], Kansas [20]
Owned by County Highway Agency [02], DOT District: 4
1.5N 0.3W OF SOMERSET
Condition
Deck: Good [7]
Superstructure: Satisfactory [6]
Substructure: Satisfactory [6]
Loading
Design:
Operating: 22.7 metric ton = 25.0 tons (Allowable Stress(AS) [2])
Inventory: 13.6 metric ton = 15.0 tons (Allowable Stress(AS) [2])
Appraisal
Structural: Meets minimum tolerable limits to be left in place as is [4]
Deck Geometry: Basically intolerable requiring high priority of corrrective action [3]
Road Alignment: Basically intolerable requiring high priority of corrrective action [3]
Waterway: Somewhat better than minimum adequacy to tolerate being left in place as is [5] and Bridge foundations determined to be stable for assessed or calculated scour conditions; field review indicates action is required. [4]
Inspections
Date: May 1999 [599] and Frequency: 24
Future Work
Work Needed: Replacement of bridge or other structure because of substandard load carrying capacity or substantial bridge roadway geometry. [31]
Bridge Detour: 1.4 km = 0.9 mi
Traffic
ADT: 136 (2011) and Trucks: 10%
Future ADT: 90 (In 2039 )
Somerset Rd over TRIB. TO NORTH WEA CREEK (Route: 6109)
Num:611095714885x
Posted for load [P]
Built: 1910, Reconstructed: N/A [0000]
Historic: Bridge is possibly eligible for the NRHP. [3]

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Rough Distance: 0.1 Miles (0.1 Kilometers)

Bridge Type
Main Span(s): Concrete [1] Culvert [19]
Approach Span(s): Other [00]
Deck: Not applicable [N] with Wearing Surface: Gravel [8]
Bridge Dimensions
Length: 7.9 m = 25.9 ft
Main Spans: 1 at 7.4 m = 24.3 ft
Approach Spans: 0
Skew: 0
Width, Roadway: 4.6 m = 15.1 ft (1 Lanes) and Out-To-Out: 4.6 m = 15.1 ft for a 7.4 m = 24.3 ft approaching roadway.
Vertical Clearance: 30.47 m = 100.0 ft and Navigational Clearance: 0 = N/A
Location
Unknown [00000]: Miami County [121], Kansas [20]
Owned by County Highway Agency [02], DOT District: 4
1.5N 0.3W OF SOMERSET
Condition
Deck: Not Applicable [N]
Superstructure: Not Applicable [N]
Substructure: Not Applicable [N]
Loading
Design:
Operating: 22.7 metric ton = 25.0 tons (Allowable Stress(AS) [2])
Inventory: 13.6 metric ton = 15.0 tons (Allowable Stress(AS) [2])
Appraisal
Structural: Meets minimum tolerable limits to be left in place as is [4]
Deck Geometry: Basically intolerable requiring high priority of replacement [2]
Road Alignment: Basically intolerable requiring high priority of corrrective action [3]
Waterway: Somewhat better than minimum adequacy to tolerate being left in place as is [5] and Bridge foundations determined to be stable for assessed or calculated scour conditions; field review indicates action is required. [4]
Inspections
Date: May 1999 [599] and Frequency: 24
Future Work
Work Needed: Replacement of bridge or other structure because of substandard load carrying capacity or substantial bridge roadway geometry. [31]
Bridge Detour: 1.4 km = 0.9 mi
Traffic
ADT: 136 (2011) and Trucks: 10%
Future ADT: 90 (In 2039 )

Special Bridge Conditions Legend: R - Former location of relocated bridge. ! - At risk for demolition or destruction. X - Confirmed demolished or collapsed. S  - Dismantled and/or in storage. L -  Severe loss of historic integrity due to alteration.

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