Bishop Pavement Project
The Bishop Pavement project will:
- Rehabilitate pavement on U.S. Highway 395 and State Route 168 West in Bishop.
- Construct a multiuse path.
- Upgrade drainage and replace sidewalk facilities.
- Relocate traffic signal poles.
- Upgrade and construct pedestrian facilities.
- Replace Transportation Management Systems (TMS) count stations.
Project Public Meeting
A virtual public meeting was held July 13, 2021.
To view a recording of the public meeting, click here: Bishop Pavement Public Meeting.
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The Draft Environmental Document is now available for review. To obtain a copy:
- Email Michael Lingberg
- Send a written letter to Caltrans Attn: Jill Tognazzini, 500 S. Main Street, Bishop CA, 93514
The purpose of this project is to extend the life of the road by restoring it to a state of good repair, and upgrading chosen facilities to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
The pavement within the project limits is aging and will continue to deteriorate if left unchecked. Some pedestrian facilities and ADA ramps need to be upgraded to meet the current regulated standards. Drainage improvements will eliminate standing water.
The total cost of the Bishop Pavement Project is approximately $25 million.
- $2.4 million is funded by Senate Bill 1.
- $18.4 million comes from federal funds.
- $4.1 million comes from state funds.
Project Schedule (Subject to change):
- August 2021: Project Approval and Environmental Document
- June 2023: Design Complete
- November 2023: Advertise Project
- March 2024: Begin Construction
- December 2024: Complete Construction
For More Information
- Jill Tognazzini, Project Manager: (760) 874-8308
- Michael Lingberg, Public Information Officer: (760) 920-0280
For Title VI information, click here: Caltrans Title VI