The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is proposing a Pavement Preservation Project on State Route 33 (SR-33), from post-mile (PM) 6.3 to 13.49 in Ventura County. The proposed project would replace the non-standard Metal Beam Guard Rail (MBGR) and end treatments with the current standard Midwest Guardrail System (MGS) and terminal system, improve pedestrian pathways of travel by eliminating pedestrian access barriers, and upgrade pedestrian facilities to comply with current ADA Standards.
An available alternative includes the above work, along with re-configuring the lane striping from five (5) lanes to three (3) lanes with one (1) through lane in each direction, divided by a two-way left turn lane from Santa Ana Blvd to Larmier Ave (PM 8.45 to PM 9.12). This alternative would provide parking delineations, two bicycle lanes on both sides of the road, a raised median, landscaping, and curb extensions throughout the project limit where feasible.
The project team is beginning environmental and engineering studies for the project. Your input on the project’s purpose and need, range of alternatives, and related information is being solicited.
A public scoping meeting about the proposed project will be held at the following location:
Oak View Park & Resource Center
555 Mahoney Avenue
Oak View, CA 93022
March 16, 2023, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
If you cannot attend in person, please join at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87464703946 to the Webinar. If connecting from a computer, the user does not need the ID, but if connecting by phone ID is: Webinar ID: 874 6470 3946 ID
For additional information, please refer to the project website by using the QR code below. You may also submit your comments and questions to [email protected] Thank you for your interest in this transportation improvement project.
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