The January 1935 California Highways & Public Works announced allocations had been made for construction of three bridges along LRN 141 on Oak Street for the 87th-88th Fiscal Year.
LRN 141 appears in detail as a western bypass loop of US Route 99/LRN 4 in Bakersfield on the 1935 Division of Highways Map. LRN 141 can be seen following Pierce Road, overlapping California State Route 178/LRN 58 briefly on Rosedale Highway, Oak Street and Brundage Lane.
The January 1939 California Highways & Public Works announced an awarded contract to construct a railroad overpass over the ATSF Railroad switch yard on Oak Street.
The May 1939 California Highways & Public Works announced the Oak Street rail overhead along LRN 141 as part of Federal-Aid Rail Grade Programs for 1938-39.
The Oak Street Overhead on LRN 141 was featured in the November 1939 California Highways & Public Works. The completed Oak Street Overhead was accepted by Division of Highways on October 17, 1939, as a completed contract. The Oak Street Overhead crossed the Bakersfield ATSF switching yard which saw an average of 250 switching movements per day. The Oak Street Overhead is noted to be 1,607 feet in length with a 26-foot-wide roadway which was designed for future widening.