State Highway 19 over Succor Creek Bridge Redesign - Homedale, ID
The State Highway 19 (SH-19) bridge over Succor Creek was designed and constructed in 1965. The bridge is a vital element along SH-19, which serves as the primary farm-to-market roadway for Homedale, Idaho. Scour beneath the piers has resulted from years of high flows in Succor Creek, combined with the bridge’s age, have rendered the bridge structurally unsound. Redesign of the bridge considers both current, bridge must remain partially open during construction, and future, a minimum 50-year design life, needs of Homedale.
Dummer, Ryan; Sigman, Trevor; Ati, Layth; Aldaihani, Mohammad; and Davis, Garrett, "State Highway 19 over Succor Creek Bridge Redesign - Homedale, ID" (2017). 2017 Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Conference.
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