Phase 1 construction anticipated in 2020
The first phase of Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project construction is projected to begin in 2020. The California Transportation Commission unanimously approved updates to phase 1 plans for the project. Valuable public feedback was shared with the commission at its October meeting.
Phase 1 Improvements include:
Certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report will be considered at the Wednesday, October 23 City Council meeting.
Phase 1 work is fully funded and will be paid for with a $2.2 million California Transportation Commission Active Transportation grant, $1.1 million in state Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality program funds, and $2 million in local funding from the City of Roseville.
Future phase 2 improvements
The total cost of phase 2 requires approximately $30 million. A significant portion of this amount 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 necessary funding is not yet available for phase 2.
Planned phase 2 improvements include:
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Washington/Andora Widening Project Update
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