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Mark Twain National Forest Audubon Trail Repairs

The project is funded under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads program (ERFO). Multiple sections of the Audubon Trail were washed out during a significant 500-year rain event in 2017. The trail is used for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian activities. Approximately 40 discrete damage sites are spread out over a large area throughout the trail. Project will repair all major trail washouts and solutions to prevent future trail washouts will be considered. Project work items will include aggregate surface course, embankment, and ditch reconditioning. Project can be accessed via Bidwell Creek Road (Route 2199) from the south.

Anticipated Timeline

Advertisement and Award:  Spring 2020 - Summer 2020
Construction:  Fall 2020 - Summer 2021

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