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U.S. 101 - North B project Airport Blvd Interchange and Windsor Sound Walls
This project is part of the Proposition 1B Corridor Mobility
Improvement Account (CMIA) Program. This project will
convert the two existing partial interchanges on U.S. 101
at Fulton Road and at Airport Boulevard into a single
complete interchange at Airport Boulevard, eliminating the
on- and off- ramps at Fulton Road. The project will also
replace the existing two-lane Airport Boulevard
Overcrossing at U.S. 101 with a new five-lane
overcrossing bridge structure (four through lanes and one
turning lane), sidewalk, and Class II bike lanes, in addition
to constructing sound walls in Windsor.
The U.S. 101 corridor connects San Francisco and the East Bay with Marin, Sonoma, and Mendocino Counties. The corridor is increasingly congested and improving the operational efficiency at this interchange is vital to the continued growth of Sonoma County and the region beyond.
The projectís improvements will reduce travel delay, decrease congestion, improve operational clarity and efficiency, and improve traffic flow on local streets at the Airport Boulevard Interchange and on U.S. 101.
The project is developed through a partnership among the Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA), the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Sonoma County, and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).
The environmental phase was completed in October 2010, and the design phase was completed in April 2012. Construction bids were opened on October 17, 2012 with the project awarded on December 3, 2012 to Ghilotti Construction. The project is currently in construction.
Project Costs and Funding
Projectís construction capital cost is $28.7 million.
Start Construction: Spring 2013
Finish Construction: End of 2014