This bridge is located on old state trunk line highway alignment, but is today a local road. The bridge is significant as a surviving example of a concrete camelback bridge in Michigan. The bridge displays little deterioration in its girders and should be given a high preservation priority because concrete bridges with minimal deterioration are the most feasible to preserve. The bridge has minor spalling and some minor areas of exposed reinforcing rods, but its girders do not display the map cracking and white efflorescence that would suggest that widespread moisture has penetrated the entire girder. Action should be taken now to ensure that the bridge is maintained, repaired, and protected as needed to prevent serious deterioration from ever developing.
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