I-80 Atlantic Westbound On-ramp Widening Project
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in cooperation with the City of Roseville Public Works Department (City), is proposing the Atlantic Street Westbound On‐ramp Widening Project, which would expand the width of the existing Atlantic Street/Eureka Road/Interstate 80 westbound on‐ramp to include three lanes and would replace the existing Miner’s Ravine Bridge to support the newly widened roadway. The Project will reduce traffic congestion and comply with current design standards.
Purpose and Need:
The purpose of this Project is to reduce traffic queues on the ramp which adversely impact local intersections by improving the ramp's storage capacity. The combination of high demand, a short storage length, and ramp metering on the single‐lane I‐80 westbound Atlantic Street on-ramp results in significant queuing which negatively impacts the operations of local streets and intersections.
The Project would provide additional lanes on the westbound on‐ramp so that the peak hour traffic demands may be adequately served without affecting local street operations along Atlantic Street and Eureka Road.
Support Cost: $3,178
Capital Cost: $8,770
Total Project Cost: $11,948
Project Approval & Environmental Document - September 2019
Design Completed - March 2020
Advertise Project - September 2020
Begin Construction - Spring 2021
Complete Construction - December 2022
Mohan Bonala, Project Manager, (530) 741-4035
Raquel Borrayo, Public Information Officer, (530) 634-7640