State Route 78 Asset Management through Ramona

Roadway Improvements

The project intends to rehabilitate and enhance multiple transportation assets on State Route 78 (SR-78) in eastern San Diego County within the unincorporated community of Ramona. The project area extends 3.6 miles from West Haverford Road to just west of Ransom Hill Lane.

Pavement rehabilitation is the primary focus of this project. Rehabilitation includes removal of distressed pavement, replacement with new asphalt, and replacement and enhancement of shoulders, dikes that are used to convey runoff, traffic stripes and markings.

The project also proposes rehabilitating other assets related to drainage, safety, signs, roadside safety, mobility, and Complete Streets. The types of work include replacing and enhancing existing culvert systems and drains; upgrading existing curbs into ADA standard curb ramps; replacing or relocating traffic management systems such as traffic signals, pedestrian poles, pull boxes, and vehicle detection systems; replacing roadside signs; upgrading crosswalks and parking stalls, and restriping traffic lanes; and replacing and installing guardrails.

Environmental Review & Public Circulation

A draft Initial Study with Negative Declaration (IS/ND) studied environmental impacts of the project's proposed improvements. The document is available for review via the following methods

Hardcopies are available at the following locations

Caltrans District 11 Office
4050 Taylor Street
San Diego, CA 92110

Ramona Public Library
1275 Main Street
Ramona, CA 92065

Request a copy by emailing:

Opportunity to Comment

Any person who wishes to comment may submit written comments during the 30-day public scoping period from April 15, 2024, to May 15, 2024.

Written comments may be sent to

Caltrans District 11
4050 Taylor Street,
MS242 MV,
San Diego, CA 92110