Community groups want history honored in Bixby retrofit.
Thursday, October 5, 1995
Bixby Creek Bridge's graceful 714-foot arch rising 265 feet over a steep canyon on the Big Sur coast has made it a California landmark since 1932. But how to shore-up 63-year-old concrete without changing the facade of the structure is the challenge that concerns CalTrans and Big Sur residents and businesses as the historic structure hits the op of the list for a $1.2 million seismic retrofit.
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