I-25 Gallinas Bridge Rehabilitation

Project Complete! 

This two-step Federal Aid Project is designed to rehabilitate the northbound Gallinas Bridge (P-18-BP) to meet current Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) load and safety standards.

The bridge spans the Frontage Road (Exit Road 6) at Exit 6 Gallinas on northbound Interstate I-25 near Raton Pass. It also marks the access point to the Santa Fe Trail Ranch subdivision.

The first step in the rehabilitation process involves pressure-injecting epoxy into cracks to shore up the surface structure. The second step consists of wrapping the longitudinal girders with Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) for shear and flexure strengthening.

Project Facts

  • Cost: $611,000
  • Contractor: TLM Constructors
  • Timeline: July 27 - October 15, 2020
  • Location: Interstate 25 near Raton Pass from Mile Point 5.0 to MP 6.2

Crews wrapping girders with FRPWide view of finished
Gallinas Bridge

Proposed Work Schedule

  • Work is finished.

Traffic Impacts

  • No further traffic impacts