• Arnold Drive and Downtown Glenn Ellen Improvement Project - Arnold Drive pavement preservation began in late May 2015, and was completed in October. This project consisted of a road base repairs followed by a two-inch asphalt concrete overlay on 0.91 miles of road, with an average daily volume of over 4,000 vehicles. This section of Arnold Drive stretches from Highway 12 to the Sonoma […]
  • Avenue of the States Roundabout - The Avenue of the States roundabout was designed in conjunction with a new senior, affordable housing development to improve an unusual and confusing three-legged intersection. Additional goals were to create pedestrian crossings, improve lighting, and reduce vehicle speed at the intersection of a residential neighborhood, public golf course, and commercial center in Palm Desert, California […]
  • Bardsley Avenue Grade Separation - Location: City of Tulare City or County Responsible: City of Tulare
  • Bart-Downtown Pedestrian Interface - The San Leandro BART-Downtown Pedestrian Interface project transformed an uninspiring expanse of asphalt and concrete in front of the San Leandro Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station into a vibrant urban streetscape well prepared for future high-density transit-oriented development planned for the surrounding area. Pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists all benefit from these improvements. The original […]
  • Bristol Street Improvements and Widening - The Bristol Street Improvements project was planned and designed to incorporate complete street concepts with storm drain quality features and implementation of Green Street technologies.  The City was awarded with a Bronze Certification from GreenRoads, which is a third party rating system that rewards roadway projects that exceed public expectations for environmental, economic, and social […]
  • Circle Drive over Virginia Road Bridge Replacement Project - The Circle Drive over Virginia Road Bridge Replacement Project consisted of replacing an existing four-span reinforced concrete bridge with a single span post-tensioned concrete box girder bridge located in the City of San Marino. The bridge was built back in 1910 and was 115 feet long with a clear travel width of 18 feet. The […]
  • Construction of 2014/15 County-Wide HMA Overlay SAMI Project - Construction of 2014/15 County-Wide HMA Overlay SAMI Project By TRANSPORTATION DIVISION County of Santa Barbara, Department of Public Works For League of California Cities January, 2016 Introduction The purpose of this project was to pave fifteen roads that are located across the County of Santa Barbara. A total of eighteen lane-miles were resurfaced of the […]
  • Cosumnes River Boulevard / I-5 Interchange and Extension - This project is located in the southwest quadrant of the City of Sacramento. The Cosumnes River Boulevard/I-5 Interchange & Extension Project extends Cosumnes River Boulevard from its current westerly terminus at Franklin Boulevard to an interchange at I-5, and then farther west to an at-grade intersection with Freeport Boulevard in the currently unincorporated town of […]
  • Cotati Intermodal Facility and Improvements - Sonoma County Transit partnered with the City of Cotati (Cotati) to develop the Cotati Intermodal Transit Facility that will connect central Cotati, southern Rohnert Park and the Sonoma State University campus with local and intercity bus transit service and SMART commuter rail when it begins operation in late 2016.  Sonoma County Transit purchased the land […]
  • Doublegrove Street Project - The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works leads the way to greener, more cost effective roads by applying our three prong sustainable approach in the maintenance, rehabilitation, and construction of our roads. The sound strategies of this approach are to (1) take care of roads that are in good condition, first; (2) use recycled […]
  • Fitch Avenue over Mint Canyon Wash Bridge Replacement - The Fitch Avenue Bridge over Mint Canyon Wash is located just west of Sierra Highway in the Los Angeles County unincorporated community of Canyon Country. The Fitch Avenue Bridge serves as the only bridged connection to a nearby rural community and plays a critical role during major storm events. The original Fitch Avenue Bridge was […]
  • Francisco Drive Right Turn Pocket - El Dorado Hills, a thriving community in El Dorado County, has a diverse and growing demand to improve upon its infrastructure. As the community has developed, the increased need for safer, more efficient multi-modal transportation systems has also grown. The heavily traveled El Dorado Hills Boulevard and Francisco Drive intersection is adjacent to parks, schools, […]
  • Francisco Drive Right Turn Pocket Project - El Dorado Hills, a thriving community in El Dorado County, has a diverse and growing demand to improve upon its infrastructure. As the community has developed, the increased need for safer, more efficient multi-modal transportation systems has also grown. The heavily traveled El Dorado Hills Boulevard and Francisco Drive intersection is adjacent to parks, schools, […]
  • Glenoaks Boulevard Adaptive/Responsive Traffic Signal Operation - Glenoaks Boulevard is a major arterial street extending from the Sylmar area in Los Angeles, through Burbank, to downtown Glendale. It parallels the I-5 freeway and is used as a bypass to the freeway, particularly during heavy congestion periods on the freeway. The 3.25 mile section of street in Burbank has 20 traffic signals. The […]
  • La Mesa Downtown Village Streetscape Improvement Project - The Downtown Village Streetscape Improvement Project, completed in December 2015, was a revitalization project of the City of La Mesa’s Downtown Village. The goal of the project was to replace and refurbish the existing street infrastructure and beautify the City’s downtown area. Project achievements included replacement of all curb, gutter, sidewalk, street paving, lighting, drainage […]
  • Lance Gulch Road - What’s a complete Streets?  In Trinity County, Complete Streets meant finding the easiest way between A and B, Right?  This has always in the past been the extent of consideration when constructing a frontier rural highway in California’s remote areas.  Now Complete Streets means something new and more important. Lance Gulch Road (LGR) is a […]
  • Newport Road Widening Project-City of Menifee - The Newport Road Widening Project’s overall purpose was to directly improve the safety, traffic flow, and overall quality of the main thoroughfare in the City of Menifee. With close to 65,000 vehicles currently traveling along Newport Road, and with the incoming Interstate 215/ Newport Road Interchange project beginning in 2015 that would further impede traffic, […]
  • Officer Bradley A. Moody Memorial Underpass - This project entails the construction of a roadway undercrossing in place of the existing grade crossing on Marina Bay Parkway between Regatta Boulevard and Meeker Avenue. The project has been named in honor of Officer Bradley A. Moody who passed away as a result of an auto accident which occurred in October 2008, just north […]
  • Pacific Street Bike Lane & Widening Project - The City of Rocklin’s Pacific Street Bike Lane and Widening Project is noteworthy for both its roadway preservation qualities and its complete street features. Pacific Street in Rocklin has a unique history in that this segment first served as the Lincoln Highway, the first road for automobile use across the United States. Subsequently, this segment […]
  • Pacific Street Bike Lane and Widening Project - The City of Rocklin’s Pacific Street Bike Lane and Widening Project is noteworthy for both its roadway preservation qualities and its complete street features. Pacific Street in Rocklin has a unique history in that this segment first served as the Lincoln Highway, the first road for automobile use across the United States. Subsequently, this segment […]
  • Pacific Street Widening - The project was part of the approved 2015-19 Capital Investment Plan and was funded using a combination of federal and local funding. The project added ADA upgrades, built a new multi-use path, widened pavement to add a striped median; low impact landscaped swale and a meandering separated walkway along the north side of Pacific Street […]
  • Rock Creek Road Rehabilitation Project - The Rock Creek Road Rehabilitation Project consisted of the rehabilitation, restoration and resurfacing of approximately 9.2 miles of Rock Creek Road, from its junction with US 395 south to the end of the road near Rock Creek Pack Station. The project widened the existing roadway to include two 11-foot travel lanes, a 4-foot wide striped […]
  • Santa Anita Avenue Grade Separation - Phase 1 of the Metro Gold Line Light Rail line opened on July 26, 2003, connecting Union Station in downtown Los Angeles with the Sierra Madre Villa Station in east Pasadena. Phase 2 is the proposed extension of the light rail line from east Pasadena to Montclair. The Light Rail alignment follows the old AT&SF […]
  • Santa Cruz Beach Area Roundabouts - The Santa Cruz Beach and South of Laurel Comprehensive Area Plan adopted by the Santa Cruz City Council in October 1998 recognized the special role Pacific Avenue occupies in the City of Santa Cruz. As the City’s Main Street, Pacific Avenue is a crucial link between Downtown and the Beach area, home of the world […]
  • Sonoma County Transit Implementation of NextBus and System Enhancements - In October 2015, Sonoma County Transit equipped its 50 bus fixed-route fleet with the NextBus Passenger Information System. NextBus provides real-time bus arrival information for each of Sonoma County Transit’s over 1,100 bus stops, and can be accessed on smartphones, the Internet, or at bus stops equipped with NextBus real-time information signs.  Upon introduction, real-time […]
  • Southgate Neighborhood Sustainable Green Street Project - The Southgate neighborhood is a 41-acre single-family residential tract that was developed in the 1920’s that originally was designed to flow solely on surface gutter flows which were directed to a single storm drain inlet. The gutter surface drainage did no longer work due to deteriorated street conditions causing severe localized ponding during rain events. […]
  • Sun City Street Improvement Project - Sun City is a master-planned community for senior citizens over age 55 within the City of Menifee. The four square mile residential community has a private HOA and is closed to members-only, but the commercial center is open to the public. Originally built in 1960, the Sun City Community of Menifee was one of four […]
  • The Antelope Road Safe Routes to School Project- City of Menifee - The Antelope Road Safe Routes to School project’s is apart of the City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP 15-05) and the main scope was to provide safe and adequate pedestrian access to the Romoland Elementary School in a marginalized area of the City that is considered a disadvantaged community, and is one of the city’s low-moderate […]
  • The City of Bell’s Comprehensive Street Revitalization & Improvement Plan - The City of Bell underwent an unprecedented economic scandal culminating in 2011 with the arrest (and subsequent prosecution) of the City Manager, 4 of the 5 City Council Members, and other executive staff. In addition, the corruption resulted in more than 30 serious lawsuits against and by the City involving claims of tens of millions […]
  • Truckee River Legacy Trail Phase 3B - Location: County of Placer County Responsible for Project: County of Placer
  • Westfield Street Rehabilitation Project – Phase II - The Westfield Street Rehabilitation Project serves as an example of Efficient and Sustainable Road Maintenance and Reconstruction. 1. This project was a substantial improvement to the City of West Sacramento’s transportation infrastructure and can be quantified as: • 585,000 square feet of chip sealed roadway • 1,207,000 square feet or 19 lane-miles of slurry sealed […]
  • Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit - The Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project was completed in February 2015, and is located in the Los Angeles County unincorporated community of Veterans Administration (VA) Center, near the University of California, Los Angeles campus. The Wilshire Boulevard transit corridor is a 12.5-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard that has an average daily traffic volume […]