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1352 W. Olive Avenue
P.O. Box 12616
Fresno, CA 93778-2616
(559) 444-2409 (Fresno/Madera)
(559) 488-4082 (Tulare/Kings)
(559) 488-4067 (Kern)
State Route 99 - Goshen to Kingsburg Widening Project
The project will add lanes to increase the capacity of the freeway to accommodate current and future traffic volumes on State Route 99 which are expected to double between the years 2010 and 2040. This project is consistent with the Route Concept, the Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan, the Route 99 Business Plan, the Corridor System Management Plan, and the Tulare and Fresno Regional Transportation Plans. It continues the objective of widening all of State Route 99 to a minimum of a six- lane freeway throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
State Route 180 East - Kings Canyon Expressway
This project proposes to construct the new 4-lane Kings Canyon Expressway from just east of Temperance Avenue to Quality Avenue on a 6-lane right of way alignment. This segment will complete over 6 miles of NEW Expressway on SR180 that will safely transport local goods, daily commuters and Valley tourists traveling throughout Fresno County. With the extension of segments beyond this 4-lane expressway in the near future, this route will continue to be improved eastward and serves as the gateway to Kings Canyon/Sequoia National Parks.
State Route 198 / 19th Avenue Project
The purpose of this project is to improve traffic operations and safety at this location. The capacity of this segment of State Route 198 will be increased by converting the existing at-grade intersection to an interchange. This enhancement will upgrade this segment of State Route 198 from an expressway to a freeway, enhancing commuter mobility and daily movement of goods and services.
Spring Clean-Up and Litter Enforcement Day
Fresno-District 6: The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in partnership with the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the City of Fresno and numerous Adopt-A-Highway volunteer groups recently held a Spring Anti-Litter Clean-up Event.
This Statewide Anti-Litter Enforcement effort focused on reducing the amount of litter on our highways. Caltrans, CHP and the City of Fresno continue their partnership efforts to educate the public that litter continues to be an ongoing problem.