The Cochran Road Bridge project replaced the culvert that carried Beaver Creek under SE Cochran Road with a 60-foot long bridge. The old culvert prevented the upstream migration of salmon and other fishes as a result of its design.
The old culvert that carried Beaver Creek under SE Cochran Road was replaced by a new bridge. The new bridge has a widened cross-section, providing more space for all modes of transportation. There are two 12-foot traffic lanes with two 11-foot shoulders. The shoulders allow space for 6-foot bike lanes and 5-foot sidewalks in the future.