AZ bridges with some of the lowest ratings - Tucson News Now

AZ bridges with some of the lowest ratings

Sufficiency Rating
Source: Arizona Department of Transportation

“The sufficiency rating, which is indicative of bridge sufficiency to remain in service, is expressed as a percentage in which 100 percent would represent an entirely sufficient bridge and zero percent would represent an entirely insufficient bridge.”

State highway bridges
Source: Arizona Department of Transportation

I-10 bridge over Earp Wash (near Valencia Road)
Sufficiency rating: 50.60
Last inspected: January 2014

I-10 WB and Ina Road overpass
Sufficiency rating: 62.40
Last inspected: September 2014

I-10 and Ajo Way overpass
Sufficiency rating: 64.60
Last inspected: September 2014

Pima County bridges with weight restrictions
Source: Pima County Department of Transportation

Union Pacific Railroad bridge at Houghton Road near I-10
Sufficiency rating: 11.79

Blanco Wash Bridge at Silverbell Road near Aguirre Road
Sufficiency rating: 14.89

Jones Wash Bridge at Mile Wide Road near Sandario Road
Sufficiency rating: 22.12

**Ventana Wash Bridge at River Road – near Sabino Canyon Road
Sufficiency rating: 24.20

Brawley Wash Bridge at Mile Wide Road near Sandario Road
Sufficiency rating: 27.81

**Santa Cruz River Bridge at Trico-Marana Road near Route 84
Sufficiency rating: 31.90

Mission Road overpass at Mission Road near Pima Mine Road
Sufficiency rating: 36.94

Ajo Wash Bridge at Telera Street near Rocalla Avenue
Sufficiency rating: 33.93

Medium Wash Bridge at Greaterville Road, near Sonoita Highway
Sufficiency rating: 53.23

La Cienega Wash Bridge at Marsh Station Road, north of Benson Highway
Sufficiency rating: 62.63

Rillito Creek Bridge at Dodge Boulevard near Kleindale Road
Sufficiency rating: 63.40

Medium Wash RCB at Marsh Station Road near 1-10 exit 289
Sufficiency rating: 65.15

Pantano Wash and railroad bridge at Marsh Station Road north of Benson Highway
Sufficiency rating: 67.35

** “Scour-critical” bridge

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