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Washington/Andora Widening Project Updates

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Phase 1 construction begins later this month

The first phase of Washington Boulevard/Andora Widening Project construction is scheduled to begin Monday, June 21 and continue through winter in early 2022. 

Phase 1 improvements include:

  • Widening Washington Boulevard from two to four lanes between Sawtell Road and Kaseberg Drive, as well as between Diamond Oaks Road and Pleasant Grove Boulevard;
  • Constructing a new multi-use trail long the east side of Washington Boulevard, from Pleasant Grove Boulevard to All America City Boulevard; 
  • Enhancing the current bicycle and pedestrian railroad under-crossing; 
  • Improving signalized intersections along Washington Boulevard; and
  • Installing a new traffic signal at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Kaseberg Drive

Due to nationwide steel shortages, traffic signal work will occur during the last stage of construction, which is anticipated for the early months of 2022.

Washington/Andora Widening Project Phasing Map

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What to expect

Every effort will be made to minimize disruption during construction. Residences, schools and businesses will continue to be accessible for the duration of the project. 

During construction, watch for intermittent shoulder, lane, and multi-use path closures. Near the end of construction there will be a short-term road closure and detour to allow for expedited road paving.

Keep an eye on digital message boards for current working hours and construction information.

Please note the schedule is subject to change due to equipment, materials, weather, and other unexpected conditions.

Funding

Phase 1 of 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. 


Learn more about the project by visiting
roseville.ca.us/Washington-Andora 


 
     

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