INTERAGENCY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

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INTERAGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT










WITH THE






OKLAHOMA HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE










A
ND THE






OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION










FOR


HISTORIC ROADWAY
PROPERTIES ON THE OKLAHOMA ROUTE 66 NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY


WHEREAS Route 66 is recognized on a National level as a Historic Highway and,

WHEREAS the Route 66 corridor throug
h Oklahoma is designated a National Scenic Byway and,

WHEREAS the Oklahoma Department of Transportation produced a Corridor Management Plan
(CMP)
for the Oklahoma Route 66 National Scenic Byway Designation and,

WHEREAS the Oklahoma Route 66 National Scenic

Byway is a recognized

as a State
tourism

and
economic asset and

the State desires to retain the character defining features of the Byway
and
,

WHEREAS a 2002 National Park Service funded historic resources survey
indentified

roadway

segments and features such as bridges that are eligible for inclusion in the National Register of
Historic Places and,

WHEREAS the Oklahoma
Department

of Transportation retains ownership and jurisdiction over
some of these
Historic

Properties and
,

WHEREAS

the Department is responsible for maintaining safe and efficient highway
transportation routes that include these Historic Properties and,

WHEREAS the Department regularly consults with Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office
regarding transportation
improvement projects involving the Oklahoma Route 66 National
Scenic Byway
;

and now
,

THEREFORE
,

the Department and SHPO agree to the following measures to promote the goal
of
roadway and bridge preservation
on the
Oklahoma
Route 66 National Scenic Byway.








Section I.
Background

a)

Recognizing the National historic significance of the
Route 66

corridor as well as the
accelerated loss of its associated features, the National Park Service issued Preservation
oriented grants in the early 2000’s to all states through which
Route 66

passed. In
Oklahoma the grant was used to study the entire corrid
or to document and evaluate the
remaining roadbed segments and features such as bridges and culverts The project
resulted in a 2002 study titled “Oklahoma Route 66 Roadbed Documentation Project
(1926
-
1970); A Survey of Roadbed and Integral Structures”.
The study entailed
recommendations for roadbed segments and features that retain enough integrity to
merit NRHP eligibility. These recommendations are currently used by ODOT for all
NRHP eligibility determinations for our projects involving former
Route
66
.

b)

In October of 2009, the Route 66 corridor through Oklahoma was designated a National
Scenic Byway. As part of obtaining this designation, the Oklahoma Department of
Transportation produced a Corridor Management Plan (CMP) outlining ideas, methods
and goals for the “preservation, promotion, interpretation, enhancement and
management of the intrinsic resources found throughout the Oklahoma Route 66 Scenic
Byway corridor” The CMP is a requirement for the National Scenic Byway designation.
Several

key resources on the corridor including bridges and roadway are owned and
maintained by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. These include resources
that are listed on or have been determined eligible for inclusion in the National Register
of Histo
ric places (NRHP) as well as some which are listed in the CMP as having intrinsic
value to the Oklahoma Route 66 National Scenic Byway. Sections 5 and 6 of the CMP
contain specific recommendations
,
including Goal 1.1,”…to develop strategies for
preserva
tion and protection of these resources”

(Appendix I)
.


c)

Th
e best preserved sections of
original paved
roadway and features such as bridges
owned by the Department occur in the western half of the Sc
enic Byway Corridor.
Much

of which occurs as I
-
40 fronta
ge road and in general carry low volumes of traffic.
In order to assure that accurate information is available regarding factors such as traffic
counts (ADT), traffic types and accident histories is available to employ design flexibility,
the Department w
ill conduct studies to gather that information on all Department
owned rural sections of the Scenic Byway in Divisions 4, 5 and 7.

This information will
be used to evaluate
the
functional classifications and speed limits to assure their
appropriateness.


Any improvement projects on this section of the corridor that are
proposed prior to assemblage of this information, the Department will obtain the
information for that particular project early in the planning process.

For the remaining
sections of the c
orridor in Divisions 3 and 8, in which the Department owned resources
occur on higher traffic volume S
t
ate Highways, the standard data collected by the
Department will suffice
, but will be compiled
.




Section II.

Maintenance Considerations



a)

For
Route
66

associated
Historic Properties (NRHP listed and eligible),
such as
roadway
and bridges as well as such features

holding intrinsic value for the National
Scenic Byway that are owned by the Department, it is agreed that for minor
maintenance activities su
ch as roadway pavement repair, bridge deck repair, repair
of minor damage to rails, and bridge painting, that the Department will strive to
repair

and maintain

with in kind materials and designs.

b)

On western sections of the corridor which retain at least
a mile of original Portland
Cement
Concrete
(PCC)

pavement, repairs will be done with in kind materials.

c)

On western sections which retain
original
PCC

pavement, but have previous repair
with dissimilar materials such as asphalt, new rep
a
irs will
utilize co
ncrete when
prudent.



Section III.
Design Considerations


a)

To best preserve the road
-
scape and feel on rural sections of the corridor which
remain 2 lane, such as sections of SH
-
66

and the I
-
40 service frontage road,

the
Department will consider maintaining existing vertical and horizontal curves where
prudent for any
proposed

improvement project

on the
Route 66

Scenic Byway
.

b)

The
Department

will seek to develop
consistent

bridge rail designs which meet
safety standa
rds but are derived from rail patterns commonly used on historic era
Route 66
. These rail
s

will be used on
new
bridge
and
bridge
rehabilitation
construction projects throughout the corridor
.

SHPO recognizes that in order to
best maintain the setting and
feel while retaining safety along portions of the Scenic
Byway, that rehabilitation of some features such as bridges, may entail the use of
bridge
rails

meeting current safety standards.

Section IV
.

Awareness and
I
mplementation

a)

To increase Department awareness of the provisions in this agreement and
ensure

their implementation, the Department will conduct periodic informative workshops
with the appropriate ODOT Divisions along the
Route 66

Scenic Byway Corridor
regarding maintena
nce procedures and preservation goals along the Corridor.

b)

The Department will
offer to
conduct periodic workshops regarding this agreement
and implementing preservation goals for the
Route 66

Scenic Byway Corridor for
County governments along the Corridor at the Annual County
Commissioners

Organization

meetings
.


Section V.
General Preservation Guidelines and
R
ecommendations

The following section contains the NRHP eligible and listed roadbed
segments and bridges for
each ODOT Field Division. The list is current, but is subject to change. The list utilizes the
2002
Oklahoma Route 66 Roadbed Documentation Project (1926
-
1970) A Survey of Roadbed
and Integral Structures.

Within each section

the # given to a particular roadbed or feature such
as a bridge by the survey project is used a reference number in this list. This agreement


acknowledges that the 2002 list was sufficient for the time of the survey, however, present and
future conditi
ons may warrant some

resources

dropped from the list and others added.

For bridges on low volume roadways, the Department will utilize the
2007 AASHTO
Guidelines
for Historic Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement

(Appendix II
) as a guide when considering
work on significant bridges on sections of the
Route 66

Scenic Byway corridor where low traffic
volumes and road geometry allow for the applicability of the guidelines.
Low volume roadways
are general
ly
those that carry

less
than 1000 vehicles a day

and with 5% or less truck traffic
.

This document presents each ODOT owned resource by Field Division in the first section

as they
occur geographically when travelling the route from west to east.

Each resource contains
specific re
commendations. The second section contains a list by Division of R
oute
66 resources
under jurisdiction of local governments with a general outline of recommendations


Part A.
ODOT Owned Resources

-

NRHP Eligible or Listed

Bridges and Roadway

DIVISION 5

Several NRHP eligible
Route 66

roadway related resources occur in Division 5. Here, much of

the or
iginal 2 lane paving (1926
-
1934
) rem
ains as part of the I
-
40 Frontage

road occurring both
north and south of the I
-
40 alignment. While much of the remaini
ng 2 lane highway has lost
the
integrity necessary for listing/eligibility to the NRHP, many
segments
still contribute to

the
intrinsic

value
of

the Scenic Byway.

Beckham County


1)
(#109)
Timber Creek bridge

-

(Structure # 050040278SXF; NBI#

1743)


(MAP
#57)

Location:

bridge occurs on
the south
frontage road
of I
-
40, .87 miles northeast of Exit
#26
.

Ratings:

Sufficiency
: 66.1;

Deck
: 6;
Superstructure: 5; Substructure
:

7
.

Description:

The Timber Creek Bridge is a modified Pratt through truss built on 1926
.
The 96’ long

bridge has a horizontal width of 18’ and vertical clearance of 15.6’, the
bridge is considered functionally obsolete, however
,

is
not structurally deficient.


T
he
ADT is low at 400 vehicles a day and the bridge is not load posted. While

the roadway
approaches have not been determined NRHP eligible due to loss of integrity, the 2 lane
roadway on both the east and west approaches retain an intrinsic value to the Scenic
Byway as well as the bridge structure itself.
The bridge is scheduled

as a project in FFY
2019.


Recommendations:

This bridge has a low AADT, and is located on the I
-
40
service road.
With substructure and super structure ratings of 5 or greater, and
no real geometry problems, t
he bridge is a good candidate for rehabilitation.
Due to its narrow width and low vertical clearance, t
he bridge is functionally
obsolete
. Though,
when considering the proximity of this resource to a 4 lane


interstate highway, height and width restricti
ons for this section

of service road
are

feasible and given the high intrinsic value of this feature, would be
considered prudent. Any current structural deficiencies could likely be remedied
through the application of the
AASHTO Guidelines for Historic B
ridge
Rehabilitation and Replacement

and the SOI Standards for Rehabilitation.



2)
(#108)
Roadbed

(

MAP #
56 & 57
)
:


Location:

Beginning approximately 1.45 miles northeast of I
-
40 Exit #26,
on the north
frontage road
of
I
-
40

Ratings:


Description:

This
retains section of 1928
-
29 concrete paving extending east for 4.1 miles
an
d ending near I
-
40 Exit # 32.
This section retains good integrity and is an important
contributing element for the intrinsic value of the Scenic Byway. The ADT on this
secti
on is
100

and there is no load posting for

the small RCB’s on the few stream
crossings on this section.


Recommendations:

This roadway has a low AADT, and is located on the I
-
40
service road. Any current pavement or structural deficiencies could likel
y be
remedied through the application of the SOI Standards for Rehabilitation. This
would entail replacement of concrete pavement with concrete pavement. It is
further recommended that as portions of this roadway which have been covered
or patched with
asphalt become in need of repair that concrete in kind to the
original pavement be used.

Washita County

1)

(#96, 97
-
99)
Roadbed and Bridges

(MAP #

52 & 53
)
:


Location:


Beginning at I
-
40 Exit 57

on the north frontage road of I
-
40
and extending
west for 6.6
miles to Exit 50

(extends into Custer County). Includes bridges #97
-
99.

Ratings:

(#97)
Structure # 2002 0038 NXF, NBI #2249
:
Sufficiency
:

80.4; Deck: 6; Supe
r
structure: 7; Substructure: 7
;

(#98) Structure #
7502 1180 NXF, NBI# 1852
:
Sufficiency: 93.4;
Culvert Class, no
other
Ratings
;

(#99):7501 1166 NXF, NBI# 1918
Sufficiency
:

55.3; Deck: 6; Super

structure: 6;
Substructure: 6
.

Description:

This

N
RHP eligible section of t
he north I
-
40 frontage road retains a well
preserved
2 lane section of 1931 PC
C

pavement and
3 bridges (#97
-
99) as contributing
elements. Bridge #97
is 38’ long structure with
a horizontal clearance of 20’
.

Bridge
#98
is 34’ long with
a horizontal
clearance of 22’ while bridge # 99
is 103’ long
with a 20’
horizontal clearance
.
Th
e

ADT through this section is 10
0
.

Resource # 99 (NBI 1918) is
considered to be functionally obsolete and is scheduled as a project in FFY 2019.



Recommendations:

This section of roadway with bridges has a low AADT, and is
located on the I
-
40 service road
. The bridges are good candidates for rehabilitation.
The bridges are functionally obsolete, due to narrow width. However, when
considering the proximity of this resource to a 4 lane interstate highway

(I
-
40)
,
design exceptions as well as
height and wi
dth restrict
ions for this section of frontage

road are feasible and given the high intrinsic value of this section
of roadway and
bridges, are

considered prudent. Any current structural deficiencies could likely be
remedied through the application of the
AASHTO Guidelines for Historic Bridge
Rehabilitation and Replacement

and the S
OI Standards for Rehabilitation.

Custer County

1)

(#85 & 86)
Roadbed and Bridge

(MAP#

49
)
:


Location:

Beginning 2.3 miles east of I
-
40 Exit # 71, a 2.3 mile section of 1931
PCC
pavement,

2 lane road occurs as part of the south
f
rontage road
of
I
-
40.

Within this

section the
Bear Creek B
ridge

(#86)
occurs as a contributing element
.

Ratings:

(#86)
Structur
e # 2004 0411 X, NBI# 03192;
Sufficiency
:

64.4; Deck: 6; Super
structure: 6;
Substr
ucture: 6.


Description:

The bridge is a
145’ long
Warren pony truss built in 1930
, has a horizontal
clearance of 20’ and the

ADT is
300
. The bridge

is not considered functionally obsolete.
The bridge is scheduled as project in FFY 2019.


Recommendations:

This bridge has a low AADT, an
d is located on the I
-
40
frontage

road. The bridge is functionally obsolete, due to its narrow width.
However, when considering the proximity of this resource to a 4 lane interstate
highway, height and w
idth restrictions for this section of service road is feasible
and given the high intrinsic value of this featur
e, would be considered prudent,
so t
he bridge is a good candidate for rehabilitation
.

Any current structural
deficiencies could likely be reme
died through the application of the SOI
Standards for Rehabilitation

2)

(
#81
)
,
RR bridge

Structure # 2004 1607 NXF
(MAP#

48
)

Location:

Spans over Department R/W on north frontage road to I
-
40, about .96 mile
east

of Exit 84.


Ratings:

NA

Description:

NRHP eligible,
owned by railroad
. Bridge is 56’ long with a vertical
clearance of 14.75’ over frontage road and a horizontal clearance of 30’. The ADT at this
location is 500.

DIVISION 7

Caddo County is the only
c
ounty in Division 7 through which the
Rou
te 66

corridor occurs. The
NRHP listed Bridgeport
-
Hydro section occurs mostly in Caddo County and is one of the better
pr
eserved segments of the early
Route 66

alignments. Most is under County jurisdiction except
for a segment of US
-
281 including the Br
idgeport
B
ridge, one of the
Route 66

icons in
Oklahoma. The portion of
Route 66

from the end of the NRHP listed segment

extending west


along the south edge of Hydro
, while originally recommended as NRHP eligible, was considered
not NRHP
eligible

and ther
efore not included within the NRHP listing. However, it retains
enough integrity to hold intrinsic value to the Scenic Byway.

Caddo County

1)

(#71)
US
-
281 Bridgeport
B
ridge

-

(Structure # 0902
-
0000X, NBI# 4085)

(MAP#
44
)
,


Location:

Carries US 281 over the

Canadian River

Ratings:

Sufficiency
:

34.9; Deck: 5; Su
perstructure: 4; Substructure; 6.

Description:

This structure is
a 3,900’ long multi
-
span

(38 spans)

Wa
rren pony truss, the
bridge
was
built in 1932
-
33
.
The bridge ha
s
a horizontal clearance of
24’. The ADT is
1100
. The Bridge is also within the NRHP listed Bridgeport
-
Hydro Roadbed Section
(#70) with the roadway approaches on both sides being part of the NRHP listing.
The
bridge is scheduled as a project in FFY 2018.

Recommendations:

This bridge is in the 8 year plan for improvements. This
bridge has a low AADT, and when considering its length, setting and feel, has the
h
ighest intrinsic value of any Route

66 bridge on the state system. The bridge is
often featured in R
oute

66 tour
ism promotion and is a good candidate for
rehabilitation. The bridge is functionally obsolete, due to its narrow width.
However, when considering the proximity of this resource to a 4 lane interstate
highway

(I
-
40)
,

as well as the 4 lane US 281,

weight
and width restric
tions for this
bridge are

feasible and given the very high intrinsic value of this feature, would
be considered prudent. Any current structural deficiencies could likely be
remedied through the application of the AASHTO Guidelines for His
toric Bridge
Rehabilitation and Replacement and the SOI Standards for Rehabilitation. While
a new bridge may be warranted at this location, an offset well away from the
existing bridge should be considered. In addition, should a new bridge be
constructed
, the existing bridge could easily be retained and remain open to
traffic with width and weight restrictions. Such a solution retains the economic
and tourism value of this intrinsic,
nationally

significant level resource.

2)

(#72)
US
-
281 bridge over unn
amed stream and abandoned railway

(
Str
ucture # 0814
1711 X; NBI 4076)

(MAP#
45
)

Location:

B
ridge is located 2879’ east of the Hinton “Y” junction

just north of I
-
40 Exit
101.

Ratings:

S
ufficiency
:

61
.1
;

Deck: 5; Su
perstructure: 6; Substructure; 5.

Description:

This

1933, steel beam, multi
girder

bridge
is
387

long
and
has a 24’
horizontal clearance and an ADT of 740. The bridge is not considered to be functionally
obsolete.

Recommendations:

This bridge has a low AADT,
and the

bridge is a good
candidate for rehabilitation. Given the high intrinsic value of this feature,
rehabilitation would be considered prudent. Any current structural deficiencies


could likely be remedied through the application of the SOI Standards for
Reh
abilitation



3)

(#70)
Roadbed
(MAP#

44 & 45
)

Location:

This NRHP 16.6 mile long NRHP listed roadbed section begins in Canadian
County just north of the Bridgeport
B
ridge and ends just east of Hydro
. Includes a
culvert on US 281

Ratings:


US 281 culvert, (S
tructure
#0814 1774X;
NBI # 3896): Suffici
ency
:

95.8. Other
ratings NA

(culvert)
.


Description:
. Approximately 1.6 miles of the section is on US 281 including the north
and south approaches to the Bridgeport
B
ridge.
Th
is
includes the culvert described
above is about .37 miles
south of
the Bridgeport B
ridge and just at west end of curve on
US 281
.
With the
Bridgeport
bridge included, almost

2.5 miles
of the roadway
occurs on
US
-
281, the remainder

of the roadbed and associa
ted bridges are

under jurisdiction of
Caddo County.

The

ADT
on the US 281 roadway varies from 1100
-
1400, while on the
County portion varies from 178
-
560
.

Recommendations:

This section includes the US
-
281 bridge which as discussed
above is in the 8 year
plan for improvements
. This section of US
-
281

has a
relatively
low AADT
, as well as the portion under County jurisdiction
. The bridge
is a good candidate for rehabilitation. The bridge is functionally obsolete, due to
its narrow width. However, when c
onsidering the proximity of this resource to a
4 lane interstate highway, height and width restrictions for this section of service
road is feasible and given the high intrinsic value of this feature, would be
considered prudent

(see discussion above)
. An
y current structural deficiencies
or pavement deficiencies on the roadway could likely be remedied through the
application of the SOI Standards for Rehabilitation.

DIVISION 4

Canadian County

1)

(#62)

Bridge

(Structure # 0904 0690 X; NBI 10566)

(MAP#

40)


Location:

I
-
40 Business Viaduct over Railroad on south edge of El Reno

Ratings:

Sufficiency
:
13.9
(Structurally Deficient)
;
Deck:
5; Superstructure: 5; Substructure:
3
;

Description:


The concrete
1
2 span, 538’ long, 4
-
lane
tee beam structure was built in
1942

and is structurally deficient
with a
n ADT of

91
00. Bridge is

a scheduled project for
FFY 2018
.

Recommendations:

This bridge has a moderate AADT, and carries I
-
40B and US
-
81 into El Reno. The bridge has structural problems resulting i
n a low sufficiency


rating of 13
.
9
. The bridge was originally built as a viaduct over rail lines going
into and out of El Reno. Since that time, rail use has dropped and the bridge
spans only one rail line with occasional use. Since the
bridge
now o
nly carries
traffic over a single, occasionally used rail line, it may not be considered prudent
from a cost perspective and long term maintenance standpoint to keep this
bridge in place. The location of the bridge on the south edge of town where
only l
ight pedestrian use occurs, renders the secondary use of the bridge as a
pedestrian facility less prudent as well. Given the low sufficiency rating and the
cost of rehabilitation for a bridge that is no longer required, replacement is a
prudent option.
While eligible for listing in the NRHP the bridge
is not listed
among the features holding intrinsic value

to the Scenic Byway Corridor
.


2)

(#63)
WPA pedestrian walkway

(MAP#

40
)


Location:

G
oes under I
-
40B within R/W

between Cooney and Jenkins Streets in E
l Reno

Ratings:

NA

Description:

Owned by City of El Reno
(check
, if ODOT owned, make recommendations)
,


Built in 1936 by the WPA.
Pedestrian

entry on east side is situated on the existing
I
-
40B
curb line. West entry near
I
-
40B
R/W edge.

3)

(#64)
Rail
bridge

(Structure # 0904 0565 X; NBI 2087)
(MAP#

40
)

Location:

Spans I
-
40 B between Miles and Ellison Avenues in El Reno.

Ratings:

NA

Description:


B
uilt in
1928

over I
-
40B heading west out of El Reno. While
owned by
Railroad

the bridge spans I
-
40B

R/W.

T
he bridge is 67’ long with a vertical clearance of
14.1’ and a horizontal clearance of 39’.


DIVISION 3

Route 66

corridor and scenic Byway occur only in Lincoln County in Division 3.

Lincoln County

1)

(#50)

Captain Creek

Bridge

(St
ructure # 4124
-
0157X, NB
I# 3800)

(MAP#

30
)




Location:

on SH
-
66B on west side of Wellston over Captain Creek

Ratings:

Sufficiency
:

56
.
4
;

Deck:
6
; Superstructure:
5; Substructure: 5.

Description:

Warren pony truss bridge

built in 1933
. The bridge deck was rehabilitated
by
ODOT in 2007.

The
227’ long
bridge has a
horizontal clearance of 20’ and is not
functionally obsolete
.

The ADT is 65
0. A
non original
W beam

guardrail
is in place
along the length of the truss.

The bridge is a scheduled project for FFY 2018.

Recommen
dations:

This bridge has a low AADT, and was rehab
ilitated with a
new deck in 2007
. The bridge is a good candidate for
continued rehabilitation

if
the structural deficiency can be corrected
.

The bridge has a good intrinsic value
to the Scenic Byway and any current or future structural deficiencies could likely


be remedied through the application of the
AASHTO Guidelines for Historic
Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement

an
d the SOI Standard
s for Rehabilitation
.


DIVISION 8

The
R
oute

66

corridor and Scenic Byway extends through Ottawa, Craig, Delaware, Rogers,
Tulsa and Creek Counties. in Division 8. Most of the original roadway and features have lost
their original integrity through highwa
y expansion to accommodate the increased traffic load in
this region of Oklahoma. Much is incorporated within other numbers highway including US
-
60
and US
-
69. S
H
-
66 carries much of the old
Route 66

alignment, however, has been improved
from 2 to 4 lanes
throughout much of its length. Most of the NRHP listed and eligible
properties in Division 8 occur under the jurisdiction of local governments.

Ottawa County

1)

(#8)
Horse Creek

Bridge

(Structure # 5806 0256X; NBI # 5017)

(MAP#

5
)

Location:

located just
east of Afton on US
-
60
.

Ratings:

S
ufficiency
:
31.9
and is structurally deficient
; Deck:
4
; Supe
rstructure: 4;
Substructure: 5.

Description:

Concrete slab, steel I
-
beam bridge built in 1936 over Horse Creek. The
143’
long
bridge, was constructed with conc
rete sidewalks and is listed

on the NRHP. The
bridge has a

horizontal cl
earance is 24’ and the ADT is 67
00. The bridge is not load
posted. The bridge

is scheduled as a project in FFY 2015
.


Recommendations:

The bridge is structurally deficient.
Th
e traffic count is
relatively high presenting preservation challenges.
Due to the high ADT,
application of the AASHTO Historic Bridge Guidelines may not be prudent.
Studies pertaining to
options

that solve the deficiency while leaving the bridge
open should be conducted. These
include

rehabilitation as a 2 lane facility, or as
a one way couplet.


Craig County

1)

(#10)
Little Cabin Creek

Bridge

(Structure # 1860
-
0724X)
(MAP#
7
)

Location:

US
-
60 ove
r Little Cabin Creek

1 mile east of Will Rogers Turnpike

Ratings:

NA (Bridge no longer in use)

Description:

A 1935 Camelback pony truss on

US 60
.
The ADT at this location is
7500
.
The bridge was
replace
d

and was subject to mitigation measures in 2008 per 36 CFR Part
800. These measures include listing the bridge on the NRHP and commitments to retain
the bridge in place. A new bridge
was
constructed
in 2011
on an offset alignment just
south of the bridge

and the historic bridge remains in place
.


Rogers County

1)

(#15)
Bird Creek

Bridge
(Structure #6602 0368 X
; NBI 13688
)

(MAP#

15
)



Location:

Eastbound SH
-
66
Bridge over Bird Creek
(former Verdigris River channel)

Ratings:

S
ufficiency
:

53.3
;

Deck: 5; Super structure: 5; Substructure: 6.

Description:
. Four lane section of SH
-
66
formally contained

two mixed truss bridges,
one, the westbound built in 1936, the other, eastbound built in 1957. Both are
identical except the 1957 truss is 4 feet w
ider and the through truss sections slightly
higher than the 1936 bridge. The 1936 bridge
(eastbound SH
-
66)
was replaced in
2011.

Most of the spans were relocated

to the adjacent City of Catoosa Rogers Point
Park and the restaurant Mollie’s Landing

and r
emain accessible to the public
. The
1956 bridge remains in place. The brid
ge has a The ADT is 9300 a
nd
the bridge
is not

considered functional obsolete
.

The bridge is scheduled for re painting in
FFY
2015.



Recommendations:

The bridge should be mainta
ined and repaired as needed in
accordance with the SOI Standards for Rehabilitation.




Part B. Local Government Jurisdiction
-

NRHP Eligible or Listed Bridges and Roadway

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JURISDICTION

Much of the former Route 66 roadway corridor and Scenic Byway is under jurisdiction of local
government entities such as
c
ounties or cities
.
In addition to efforts to increase awareness of
the Route 66 Scenic Byway Corridor preservation goals

and efforts
to preserve and enhance the
intrinsic qualities of the corridor by awareness training and workshops
, for

projects for which
local governments request
Department

funding for Transportation improvements to the
roadway or bridges listed below, ODOT will enc
ou
rage the applicant to apply
the
AASHTO
Guidelines for Historic Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement

and

the SOI Standards for the
Rehabilitation of Historic Properties to the proposed project and provide justification supported
by structural and alternati
ve analysis when the guidelines and Standards cannot be met. In
addition, if a Local Government entity proposes federally funded improvements to roadways
and bridges holding intrinsic value to the Scenic Byway

(
see Appendix I
)
, the Department will
encoura
ge designs that retain or enhance the intrinsic value.

DIVISION 5

None

DIVISION 7

Caddo County

1)

(#70
)
,
Bridgeport Hill
-
Hydro Roadway

(MAP # 44
-
47)

Location:

The portion of this NRHP listed roadway
segment

under jurisdiction of Caddo
County begins at the US 281 junction with county Road EW
-
102 and continues west to a
point about .75 miles east of the I
-
40/SH48 south junction.
Contains s
everal contributing
bridge resources (#
72, #74
-
79
)
.



Ratings:

(#73) Str
u
c
ture # 08E1020N2590007; NBI 4051
: Sufficiency
:

62.4; Deck 6;
Superstructure 6; Substructure 4.

(#74)
Structure # 08E1020N2560009; NBI 3203: Sufficiency
:

54.8; Deck 6; Superstructure
6; Substructure 4.

(#75) Structure # 08E1020N2560002; NBI 3202:
Sufficiency
:

54.8; Deck 6; Superstructure
6; Substructure 4

(#76)

Structure # 08E1020N2520001; NBI 3107: Sufficiency
:

42.6; Deck 6; Superstructure
6; Substructure 4

(#77) Structure # 08E1020N2500005; NBI 2916: Sufficiency
:

42.3; Deck 6; Superstructure
5; Substructure 4

(#78) Structure # 08E1020N2490003; NBI 3081: Sufficiency
:

36.6; Deck 5; Superstructure
6; Substructure 4

(#79)

Structure # 08E1020N2480007; NBI 9303: Sufficiency
:

54.2; Deck 6; Superstructure
4; Substructure
4

Description:

About 14 miles of
this NRHP listed
section with contributing bridges

occurs
in Caddo County
(
County Rd.
EW
-
102)
.

This segment is one of the best preserved
sections of original Route 66 roadway in the State.

DIVISION 4

Oklahoma County

1)

(#54)
Roadway

(MAP
# 32)

Description:

An approximately 1 mile section of 1928
-
29 paving on the east side of
Arcadia. Both ends intersect with SH
-
66

.

2)

(#56)
Lake Overholser Bridge.

(MAP# 37)

Location:

Spans North
Canadian

River on Lake Overholser Drive in

Oklahoma City (OKC)

Ratings:

NA

Description:

Built in 1926, a 748’ steel
through
truss. Owned by OKC
and
was recently
rehabilitated for traffic use

.


Canadian County

1)

(#65)
Roadway

(MAP# 41
-
43)

Location
:

B
eginning at intersection of I
-
40B and County
Road EW
-
102 west of El Reno
and continuing west to intersection of EW
-
102 and US
-
281 Spur.

Ratings:

(#67) Structure # 09
E1020N2690001; NBI 2126. A 112’ long I
-
beam bridge over
Powder Face Creek. Sufficiency
:

84.2; Deck 6; Superstructure 6; Substructure 6.

(#68) Structure # 09E1020N2670009; NBI 4197. A 62’ long I beam bridge. Sufficiency
:

89; Deck 6; Superstructure 6; Substructure 7.

(#66) Structure # 09E1020N2750008; NBI 2032. A 33’ long box culvert. Sufficiency
:

79.8;
Others ratings NA (culvert).



Description:

An 11.5 section of 1931
-
32 paved roadway (EW
-
102) Section contains
three contributing features as well (#66
-
68), one 1928 RCB and two 1932

concrete slab
bridges

(described above)
.

2)

(
#69)

Bridgeport Hill


(MAP# 44)

Description:

A
section

of the NRHP listed Bridgeport
-
Hydro roadway
, from US 281 Spur
junction, SW to junction with US 2
81 just north of the Bridgeport
Pony Truss Bridge
.

Provides a well preserved view shed of the Bridgeport Bridges


DIVISION 3

Lincoln County

1)

(#43)

Salt Creek
B
ridge

(MAP# 26)

Location:

Over Salt Creek
just north of 7
th

Street on eats edge of Stroud.

Ratings:

NA (bridge apparently not on local system)
.

Description:


1928 Warren pony
truss over Salt Creek on
road paralleling SH
-
66 just east
of Stroud
.

Road is closed east of bridge.

2)

(#44)
Salt Creek Bridge

(Structure # 41N3570E0860007; NBI 310)

(MAP# 26)

Location:

over Salt Creek

on County Road NS
-
357

(Allied Road) just north of Stroud.

Ratings:

Sufficiency
: 27.4
;

Deck
: 4
; Superstructure:
4
; Substructure:
5
.

Description:

Warren pony truss built in 1921
.


3)

(#46)
Ozark Trail monument

(MAP# 27)

Description:

Concrete obelisk marking the Ozark Trail. Built around 1916 and is located
o
n County Road EW 089 at intersection with County Road NS
-
354.


4)

(#47)
Dozie Creek Bridge

(MAP#27)

Description
:
Listed on NRHP, Dozie Creek bridge (#47) is no longer extant (replaced).

DIVISION 8

Ottawa County

1)

(#5)
Sidewa
l
k Highway

(MAP # 4)

Description:

A 3 mile section of “sidewalk”

highway, paved 9’ wide in 1922
. The section
begins at the intersection of County Road EW
-
14 and US
-
69 and extends east 1 mile to
NS
-
452. Extends north 1 mile to EW
-
13, the east for 1.3 miles. Listed on NRHP in 1995
.

2)

(#6 & 7)
Sidewalk Highway

(MAP# 5)

D
escription:

A 2.6 mile section of 1922 “sidewalk” highway beginning at the intersection
of US
-
60 and County Road

NS
-
450 and extends north 2 miles to EW
-
20. A small portion
occurs just south of US
-
60

intersection

and the bridge over I
-
44 is an exception to

the
N
R
HP eligible section of road.

Rogers County

1)

(#12)
Pryor Creek bridge

(Structure # 66E0320N4260002
; NBI 1753
)

(MAP# 9)



Location:

on County Road EW 33.2 (West 1
st

Street), .06 mile south of US 60 on the east
side of Chelsa

Ratings:

Sufficiency
: 35.2
;

Deck
: 6;
Superstructure:
6
; Substructure
:

7
.

Description:

Through truss bridge on County Road EW
-
3
3.
2 over Pryor Creek just east of
Chelsea. The
122’ long
bridge, built in 1926 is a Pratt through truss. The short section
approximately 1,800’ of roadway
on which it occurs is not NRHP eligible however is
somewhat scenic and retains some intrinsic value.

2)

(#14)
Roadway

(MAP# 11)

Description:

Consists of
a .75 mile long segment of 1931
PCC

roadway through Foyil.
The road named Andy Payne Blvd. The northern

end begins at 3
rd

street and the south
end terminates just before the intersection with SH
-
66.

3)

(#18)
Spunky Creek Bridge

(Structure # 66E0570N4080006
; NBI 357
)
(MAP# 16)

Location:

County Road EW
-
57

(Apache Street)

over Spunky Creek
just north of Catoosa

R
atings:

Suffici
ency
: 15.5

Deck:

6;
Superstructure: 5; Substructure
:

3.

Description:

A
133’ long
bedstead pony truss
over Spunky Creek built in 1913
.

Th
is
bridge may have been on the original
Route

66 alignment and possibly served as a
detour in 1926
-
27 w
hile Route 66 was being paved in this area.

Tulsa County

1)

(#22)
The 11
th

street bridge

(now called Cyrus Avery Memorial Bridge)
(MAP# 18)

Location:

Crosses Arkansas River in Tulsa adjacent to I
-
244

Ratings:

NA

Description:

Former 11th Street Bridge in
Tulsa is listed on the NRHP in 1996. The
bridge was built in 19
1
6 and modified in the mid 1930’s. The bridge carried
Route 66

from 1933
-
1959. The bridge is owned by the City of Tulsa which closed the bridge in
1988 after building the S
outhwest

Blvd. Br
idge just east of the
h
istoric
b
ridge. The
bridge remains closed and the city hopes at some point to obtain the funds to
rehab
ilitate

the bridge for use by pedestrians.

Creek County

1)

(#26)
Rock Creek

Bridge

(Structure # 19E0706N3860000)
(MAP# 20)

Locatio
n:

Over Rock Creek just west of Sapulpa

Ratings:

Need to
find

Description:

This through truss
was listed on the NRHP in 1995. The bridge, a Modified
Parker through truss built in 1925, is the only surviving bridge on R
oute
66 in Oklahoma
with brick
paving. The bridge occurs on the NRHP eligible segment #27 (see below).

2)

(#27)
Roadway

(MAP#27)

Description:

This 3.3 mile long roadway section features 1925
PCC

pavement. The
segment begins at the intersection of SH
-
66 and SH
-
33 on the west side of Sapu
l
pa just
before the Rock Creek bridge. The segment continues west for 3.3 miles. The segment,
listed on the NRHP in 2003, ends just prior to intersecting with SH
-
66/33. This segment
also contains as contributing features,
(
# 28
)

a concrete box drain,
(
#

29
)

a concrete
guardrail and
(
#30
)
, a 1925 railroad bridge over the roadway.



3)

(#31)
Roadway
(MAP# 22)

Description:

This 1.6 mile segment of 1926
PCC

paved roadway is referred to as the Tank
Farm loop. Listed on the NRHP in 2006, it intersects with SH
-
66 at its east and west end.

4)

(#32)
Roadway

(MAP# 22)

Description:

A 1.8 mile section of 1926 pavement that extends south of SH
-
66 from the
Tank Farm se
gment (#31)
,

t
his portion of roadway has been determined NRHP eligible,
however,
it
occurs on private property.

5)

(#37)
Deep

F
ork Creek Bridge

(Structure # 10E0830N3690003
; NBI 384
)

(MAP# 23)

Location:

On County Road EW
-
83 Over Deep Fork Creek
, 2.7 miles wes
t of SH
-
48

Ratings:

Sufficiency
: 19.7
;

Deck
: 0
;
Superstructure:
0
; Substructure
:

0
.

Description:

The 1914 Warren pony truss bridge over Little Deep Fork Creek on County
Road EW
-
83 about 2 miles west of Bristow. Carried
R
oute
66

traffic for 2 years around
1926. Listed on the NRHP in 2003.

Bridge is listed as currently closed and in failed
condition




































MAPS
/FIGURES


Maps derived from

Oklahoma Route 66 Roadbed Documentation Project
(1926
-
1970) A Survey of Roadbed and Integral
Structures.

2002




















































APPENDIX I




(SCENIC BYWAY CMP, SELECTED SECTIONS)






















APPENDIX II


(AASHTO GUIDELINES FOR HISTORIC BRIDGE


REHABILITATION AND REPLACEMENT)