County receives federal grant to start 13th Street bridge

The County of San Diego has been awarded a federal grant for a bridge on 13th Street, Dawn Perfect reported at the Ramona Village Design Group meeting Monday night.

The bridge would replace the dip where 13th Street crosses the Santa Maria creek bed, just down the road from Ramona Library and near the intersection with Walnut Street.

Reading from the Department of Public Works’ emailed announcement, Perfect said the $750,000 grant from the FHWA (Federal Highway Administration) Bridge Rehab and Replacement program will pay for the design and environmental phase of the project. Once that is completed, the county expects to receive the right-of-way and construction funding of $9 million, the email stated.

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Jul 20 2011. Filed under Featured Story. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “County receives federal grant to start 13th Street bridge”

  1. john

    ots costing 9 million dollars to do this project?

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