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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 9 is planning a resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation project to improve safety, accessibility, and mobility along the US 395 corridor through Lee Vining and adjacent to Mono Lake.
US 395 through Lee Vining currently faces a variety of safety, accessibility, drainage, and design challenges, including the following:
The project area, which covers approximately 5 miles, includes US 395 from SR 120 to Cemetery Road. The corridor runs through Lee Vining with commercial uses lining the corridor, on-street parking, and speed limits of 25-30 mph. North and south of Lee Vining, US 395 is a highway with fast-moving traffic.
The Lee Vining Rehabilitation project is currently in the planning stage. Caltrans is performing a public outreach campaign to receive community input on project features. Planned construction of the project is tenatively scheduled for 2025.
Upcoming opportunities to participate:
MIG will present initial findings from the survey and take further community input on complete streets features that could be incorporated into the project.
MIG will take additional input and facilitate further prioritization of potential improvements.
Florene Trainor, Public Information Officer
500 S. Main Street, Bishop, CA 93514
Phone: (760) 872-0601
FAX: (760) 872-0678
California Department of Transportation
500 S. Main Street