Hopland 101 Project

The Project

Caltrans proposes to construct improvements on U.S. Highway 101 in downtown Hopland in Mendocino County (post miles 10.8 and 11.2) for compliance with the Americans for Disabilities Act (ADA). Work would include improving curb ramps, sidewalks, and driveways, reconstructing the roadway, rehabilitating pavement, upgrading drainage systems, signage, and Transportation Management Systems (TMS) facilities.

Project Benefit

The purpose of the proposed project is to improve the safety and accessibility of pedestrian facilities in downtown Hopland in conformance with the ADA, and to improve drainage, pavement, signage and TMS facilities.

Project schedule

  • Begin construction: Spring 2026
  • End construction: December 2027

Budget

  • Roadway and construction: $11,187,000
  • Right-of-Way: $804,000

Documents

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How to get involved

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Contacts

Project Manager: Marie Brady, (707) 296-5511

Media Inquiries: Manny Machado, (707) 496-6879, TTY 711

Email: HoplandADA@dot.ca.gov

Hopland ADA Project Community Meeting | April 12, 2022

Hopland Americans with Disabilities Act Project logo. A U.S. Highway 101 crest includes the text U.S. 101. Text reads Hopland ADA Project.

Public Meeting 

Wednesday, June 5

6 to 7 p.m.

Shanél Valley Academy Multipurpose Room

1 Ralph Bettcher Drive, Hopland

South to Bluebird Duncan Peak