Sacramento Connector Ramps Metering Project
Install connector ramp meters at four locations in Sacramento County. The first location is the connector ramp from eastbound Route 160 to northbound Route 51 (Business 80), the second location is from southbound Route 99 to southbound Interstate 5 (I-5), the third location is from southbound I-5 to northbound Route 99, and the fourth location is from southbound Route 99 to northbound I-5.
Purpose: The purpose of this project is to install ramp meters to help relieve traffic congestion-related collisions and reduce vehicle delays on Routes 5, 51 and 99 in Sacramento County.
Need: The capacity of the freeway system has been unable to keep up with increasing traffic due to population growth in the greater Sacramento area. Traffic congestion and vehicle delays have steadily increased. Installing connector ramp metering will help to alleviate this problem.
The Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA&ED) support component was programmed at the October 2017 CTC meeting from the State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP). Design, Right of Way and Construction components are expected to be funded from California SB1’s Tread Corridor Enhancement Program.
Support Cost: $2,020,000
Capital Cost: $3,020,000
Total Project Cost: $5,040,000
Project Approval & Environmental Document: 8/1/2019
Design Completed: 8/1/2020
Advertise Project: 9/1/2020
Begin Construction: 1/1/2021
Complete Construction: 11/1/2021
End Construction: 12/1/2023
Eric DeLong, Project Manager
Phone: (530) 740-4858
Dennis Keaton, Public Information Officer
Phone: (530) 741-5474
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