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Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project Updates

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Phase 1 improvements won't happen
without your support

If you couldn't attend last night's community meeting about the Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project, we still want to hear your feedback about proposed updates to phase 1 construction. Improvements include: 

Phase 1

  • Install a new traffic signal at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Kaseberg Drive
  • Widen Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes between Sawtell Road and Kaseberg Drive, and Diamond Oaks Road and Pleasant Grove Boulevard
  • Improve signalized intersections along Washington Boulevard
  • Construct a new multi-use trail from Pleasant Grove Boulevard to All America City Boulevard, along the east side of Washington Boulevard
  • Enhance the existing bicycle and pedestrian railroad under-crossing

Phase 2

  • Widen Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes, between Kaseberg Drive and Diamond Oaks Road
  • Replace and widen the existing Union Pacific Railroad Andora bridge with a new bridge

The total cost of all phases of the Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project requires approximately $35 million. A significant portion of this cost includes building a temporary shoofly to allow continued rail operations during construction of a new wider railroad bridge. Despite applying for a variety of competitive state and federal funds, the City does not currently have the necessary funding to move forward with the full project at this time. However, funding is available for phase 1. 

In order to move forward with phase 1 construction, your support is necessary. The City was awarded an Active Transportation grant by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) to partially fund the project's pedestrian improvements. Because the scope of phase 1 has been revised to include the traffic signal and pathway south of Sawtell Road, the CTC wants to know whether you support these enhancements. The CTC is expected to consider the expanded project scope, along with your input, and vote at an upcoming meeting. If the CTC votes to deny the changes, phase 1 work would not occur. 

Tell us whether you support phase 1. 
Your feedback will be shared with the California Transportation Commission.

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Open through Sunday, June 16 

 
     
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