State Route 108/49 and Mackey Ranch Road Intersection Improvements

Project Facts

Description

The Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California (Tribe), in partnership with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), is proposing improvements to the existing State Route 108/49 and Mackey Ranch Road intersection from post mile 12.0 to post mile 12.3. The improvements would include replacing the intersection with a modern, yield-controlled, four-legged, single-lane roundabout designed to accommodate forecasted future traffic volumes and provide an alternative access route to the Chicken Ranch Casino, which the Tribe owns and operates.

Project Benefits

Purpose: The purpose of the project is to improve overall operations, circulation, and accessibility for all transportation modes, such as driving and cycling, by replacing the current intersection at State Route 108/49 and Mackey Ranch Road with a modern, yield-controlled, four-legged, single-lane roundabout with share the road signs. The roundabout would be designed to accommodate forecasted future traffic volumes and provide an alternative access route to the Chicken Ranch Casino.

Need: The need for the project is to provide better connectivity for the community at the intersection of State Route 108/49 and Mackey Ranch Road to divert and reduce traffic at the Chicken Ranch Road intersection.

Funding Breakdown

Local: $4,500,000
State: NA
Federal: NA
Estimated Total Project Cost: $4,500,000

Partnerships

Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California

Proposed Project Schedule

Environmental document to be completed: 08/12/2020
Right of way acquisition to be completed: NA
Design to be completed: 9/14/2020
Advertise: 08/24/2020
Construction to begin: Fall 2020
Construction to be completed: Spring 2021

Project Contact

Public Information Office:  District 10
Phone: (209) 948-7543
Email: district10publicaffairs@dot.ca.gov

Documents

Final Initial Study with Proposed Negative Declaration - November 2020 (PDF) 4,189KB