State Route 132 Dakota Avenue to Gates Road Project

 The logo has a 4-lane blacktop highway, with double-yellow no pass lines in the middle of the highway. A white fence borders both sides of the highway, with rows of almond trees on the opposite side of the white fence. The logo says “State Route 132 Dakota Avenue to Gates Road” and there is a highway shield for State Route 132 in the center of the logo. There are rolling hills and a blue sky in the background.

Project Facts

Description

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in cooperation with Stanislaus County and the Stanislaus Council of Governments, proposes to construct an access-controlled facility within the western central portion of Stanislaus County from Gates Road/Paradise Road to Dakota Avenue, post miles 4.5 to R11.7, located two miles west of the City of Modesto. This project (State Route 132 Dakota Avenue to Gates Road) would be an extension of the State Route 132 West project. Phase 1 of this project is currently being constructed on a new alignment in the City of Modesto. There are four Build Alternatives and a No Build Alternative under consideration on either the existing State Route 132 alignment or on a new alignment.

Project Benefits

Purpose:

The project would:

  • Improve mobility through western Stanislaus County

  • Improve capacity for regional movement of traffic and goods

  • Improve the circulation of local roads and connectivity to State Route 132

  • Provide route continuity

Need:

The project is needed to accommodate increasing growth and traffic demands which have generated current and forecasted traffic operations deficiencies for the existing facility. Several rural driveways along the existing facility create conflict movements for the mainline traffic.

Estimated Funding Breakdown

Funding Sources: Project funding is based on a combination of local, state and federal sources. The main local funding sources are the Measure L half-cent transportation sales tax, the State Transportation Improvement Program, the SB1 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program, and federal transportation programs. The project is included in the Stanislaus Council of Governments’ Federal Transportation Improvement Program, the 2018 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy, and the 2019 Federal Transportation Improvement Program, along with Regional Transportation Plan.


Construction Cost:
Total capital costs, including construction and right-of-way, for the project, are estimated to be between $116 million and $183 million using 2021 dollars, depending on the Build Alternative selected.

Partnerships

Stanislaus County

Stanislaus Council of Governments

Project Schedule

Final Environmental document to be completed: 2022
Right of way acquisition to be completed: 2024
Design to be completed: 2025
Advertise: 2025
Construction to begin: 2025
Construction to be completed: 2026

Project Contacts

Project Manager: Mike Cook
Phone: (209) 470-2909
Email: mike.cook@dot.ca.gov

Caltrans Public Information Officer: Nicole Mowers
Phone: (209) 986-5574
Email: district10publicaffairs@dot.ca.gov

Senior Environmental Planner: Jennifer Lugo
Phone: (559) 779-6612
Email: jennifer.lugo@dot.ca.gov

Project Manager: Theron Roschen
Stanislaus County Public Works
Phone: (209) 525-4194
E-mail: roschent@stancounty.com

Maps

SR 132 Project Alternative Maps (PDF)

SR 132 Project Map All 4 Alternatives (PDF)

SR 132 Geographic Information System Alternatives Map

Documents

SR 132 Dakota Gates Project Fact Sheet (English) (PDF) 904 KB 

SR 132 Dakota Gates Project Fact Sheet (Spanish) (PDF) 924 KB

Summary Of Potential Impacts From Alternatives (English) (PDF) 558 KB

Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation - March 2020 (PDF) 52,143 KB

Video/Photos

Route Alternative 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1q21WSwbHo&feature=youtu.be

Route Alternative 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BozvWvKAGw&feature=youtu.be

Route Alternative 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u30A7MzeDRM&feature=youtu.be

Route Alternative 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqCsvIdY1MU&feature=youtu.be