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Parts of Sacramento River Trail closed off for repairs

Starting February 27th, parts of the Sacramento River Trail will be undergoing repairs.

Posted: Feb 27, 2020 5:58 PM
Updated: Feb 28, 2020 9:21 AM

REDDING, Calif. – Starting Feb. 27, parts of the Sacramento River Trail will be undergoing repairs.

The repairs will fix four bridges that were damaged during the Carr Fire. The closures will impact the Middle Creek and Buenaventura Trail at the Sacramento River Trail. The west side of the Ribbon Bridge will also be closed.

The money for the repairs comes from FEMA and is estimated to cost about $407,000 dollars.

“There are two bridges that are completely wiped out, and there are 2 more bridges that have underlayment damage,” said Nick Visconti, with the City of Redding.

“Those bridges have to be completely deconstructed and completely rebuilt.”

The city said, they plan to re-open that area on May 1 or earlier.

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