California Department of Transportation
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LAKESIDE PLA-89

Description
The project will rehabilitate stormwater drainage and treatment systems, realign the road, and widen shoulders to allow bicycles and places for cars to pull out of traffic. The project will improve traffic safety, workers will also lengthen existing left-turn pockets and continuous left turn lanes, and construct new left turn lanes at Gray Avenue, Moana Circle, McKinney Rubicon Springs Road, Ward Avenue, Sunnyside Lane, Olympic Drive (north), Granlibakken Road, and the entrance to the Tahoe City Transit Center.

Project Benefits
The project will improve driver visibility, traffic safety, install runoff collection and treatment, add curb and gutters, and move the existing bike trail. Caltrans plans to preserve as many trees as possible while also achieving the necessary environmental and safety improvements. Caltrans will also plant vegetation to prevent erosion.

Funding Breakdown
Local -
State - 20%
Federal - 80%
Estimated Total Project Cost - $70.1 million

Project Schedule
Environmental Document Completed -- June 2006
Right of Way Acquisition Completed -- August 2011
Design Completed -- September 2011
Advertise -- November 2011
Begin Construction -- May 2013
Expected Completion -- Fall 2016

Partnership
Caltrans, TRPA, Lahontan, California State Parks and U.S. Forest Service

Project Contact
Rodney Murphy, Project Manager, (530) 741-5127 email: rodney.murphy@dot.ca.gov
Steve Nelson, Tahoe Basin Outreach Coordinator, (530) 741-4566 email: steve.nelson@dot.ca.gov

 

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LAKESIDE PLA-89

LAKESIDE PLA-89



Updated 6-29-15