Caltrans is proposing the Bridgeport Rehab Project on U.S. 395 in Mono County from 0.1 miles north of Jack Sawyer Road to Buckeye Road. The stretch of U.S. 395 that extends through the town of Bridgeport, between State Route 182 and Twin Lakes Road, serves as the community's Main Street.
This project proposes to rehabilitate 9.2 lane miles of pavement on U.S. 395 and recommends upgrading pedestrian facilities. These facilities within the town of Bridgeport will be upgraded with elements that satisfy the Caltrans Complete Streets Program. A "Complete Street" is defined as a transportation facility that provides safe mobility for all users, including bicyclists, pedestrians, transit vehicles, truckers, and motorists.
Details of the project include:
- A new pedestrian-activated rectangular rapid flashing beacon crosswalk at the School Street intersection
- 870 linear feet of new ADA-compliant sidewalk
- 4 new ADA-compliant curb ramps
- Up-to-date traffic safety system elements.
- New curb ramp bulb-outs with planter boxes
- Improved pedestrian and bicyclist facilities within the town of Bridgeport
- Upgrading 2,815 feet of guardrail to Midwest Guardrail System
- Drainage improvements
- Upgrading railings, transition railings and guardrails on 6 bridges
The Bridgeport Rehab Project is funded in part by Senate Bill (SB) 1. SB 1 provides $5 billion in transportation funding annually split between the state and local agencies. Road projects progress through construction phases more quickly based on the availability of SB 1 funds, including projects that are partially funded by SB 1. For more information about other transportation projects funded by SB 1, visit http://rebuildingca.ca.gov.
The Draft Environmental Document is available to view here.
The final environment document for the Bridgeport Rehab Project is now available for public review upon request.
To obtain a copy of the final environmental document:
- Request by Mail: Caltrans District 9, c/o Jeremy Milos, 500 S. Main Street, Bishop, CA, 93514
- Request by Email
The estimated construction cost of the Bridgeport Rehab Project is $12.6 million.
Project Schedule (Subject to Change):
April 3, 2023: Circulate DED
April 20, 2023: Public Meeting
June 2023: PA&ED
September 2025: Right of Way Certification
January 2026: Advertise
March 2026: Award Contract
May 2026: Begin Construction
For More Information
Michael Lingberg, Construction Public Information Officer, 760-920-0280
Jeremy Milos, Project Manager, 760-874-8633
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