Alternative II conceptual design avoids some of the difficulties resulting from locating the bridge
in the vicinity of the confluence. This alternative suggests relocating the bridge and road
approximately 850 ft (260 m) downstream of the current right-of-way (Figure 10.25). This
alternative would require only one bridge, and the piers could be properly aligned with the flow
or circular piers could be used. However, the acquisition of the new right-of-way for this site
may not be economically feasible.
Figure 10.25. Alternative II for Craycroft Road Bridge crossing.