- McHenry Avenue
- State Route 99/120
- Thornton Road
- Hammer Lane
- 11th Street and MacArthur Drive
- I-205 Lammers Road/11th Street
McHenry Avenue Improvements
The McHenry Avenue Corridor Improvements project will enhance safety, inter-regional traffic circulation, and air quality. The improvements will include:
* 1.1 miles of widening along McHenry Avenue from 1,487 feet south of River Road to 190 feet south of Jones Road.
* Stanislaus River and SSJID Canal Bridges will be replaced with wider and safer bridges, satisfying current seismic design standards.
* Installation of a two-way left turn center lane to facilitate turns into and out of driveways on McHenry Avenue.
* Increased width of roadway shoulders to accommodate alternative travel modes, including bicyclists.
* Installation of a traffic signal on McHenry Avenue and River Road that will accommodate existing and future traffic demands.
The project was awarded on February 28th, 2017 to Myers & Sons Construction in the amount of $21,934,144.50. Funding for this project will be provided from the following programs:
- Federal Highway Bridge and Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality
- State Proposition 1B and Regional Surface Transportation
- Local Measure K Sales Tax
Project Website Fact Sheet [pdf] Stanislaus River Map [pdf] SSJID Canal Map [pdf]
State Route 99/120 Interchange Connector Reconstruction
SJCOG, along with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes to reconstruct the State Route 99 (SR-99)/SR-120 interchange in San Joaquin County from the SR-99/SR-120 interchange to the Austin Road overcrossing in Manteca. The purpose of this project is to improve the capacity and recurring traffic congestion of the eastbound to southbound and northbound to westbound connector ramps and eliminate weaving and merging between SR-99/120 and SR-99/Austin Road interchanges.
Construction is expected to begin in the Fall of 2021 and end in the Fall of 2023.The project is currently in the Project Approval & Environmental Document (PA&ED) Phase. Following the completion of environmental clearance through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) the final design and right of way phases will begin. The end of this phase will be in the Fall of 2018.
The estimated cost for this project is $50.8 million.
Project Fact Sheet [pdf]
- Update for January 2018 -
Project Cost & FundingThe total cost of this project is $11.6 million, which includes the segment within San Joaquin County, between David Road and Pershing Avenue. The project is funded with Measure K Renewal Funds, and the San Joaquin County share of the construction is $1.7 million.
Preparation for work and construction in the project area began in October 2016. Construction crews expect to pave Thornton Road December 4, through December 8, 2017. The project is anticipated to be substantially complete by the end of 2017, with anticipated final completion in spring 2018.
A public art installation is being coordinated with this project, which will enhance the overall appearance and southbound gateway into the city of Stockton. Transcending Vessels, designed by artist Michael Clapper, is comprised of three large, rusted steel structures, approximately 23 feet high, representing the types of vessels prevalent along the waterways of the Delta.
Hammer Lane Widening Phase 3B
Hammer Lane will be widened from four lanes to six lanes between Alexandria Place
unincorporated County. The work, in general, consists of constructing new pavement,
repairing existing pavement, removing and placing curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveways and
wheelchair ramps, relocating street lighting, traffic signal modifications, storm drain
upgrades, constructing raised median, landscaping and irrigation, traffic striping, signing
and pavement markings. Project completion is expected to be in the spring of 2018.
Project ScheduleThe estimate timeline for this project can be found here:
- January 2015 Preliminary Design/Environmental
- November 2015 Final Design
- May 2016 Advertise
- September 2016 Award Construction
- April 2017 Construction Begins
The estimated total project cost is $9,500,000 and will be entirely funded through Measure K. Cost will be broken down by three categories:
- Design $400,000
- Right of Way Acquisition $0
- Construction/Const. Management $9,100,000
Fact Sheet [pdf]
11th Street and MacArthur Drive Improvements
This project will create three dedicated turn lanes at the 11th Street-MacArthur Drive intersection at the foot of the overpass in Tracy (refer to image taken by Glenn Moore from theTracy Press). The dedicated turn lanes will include a right-turn lane from eastbound 11th Street to southbound MacArthur Drive, a left-turn lane from westbound 11th Street to southbound MacArthur, and a left-turn lane from northbound MacArthur onto 11th Street.
Construction began mid December 2017 and is estimated to continue until Spring of 2018.
The estimated total project cost is $2,470,884. This project is being funded through:
- $1 Million of CMAQ
- $850,000 of Measure K LSR
- $620,884 of LTF.
I-205 Lammers Road/Eleventh Street Interchange Project
Through the partnership of City of Tracy, the San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG), and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) construction is being conducted to create a new interchange for Lammers Road at I-205. The west Tracy area is served by a partial directional interchange at Eleventh Street and a full interchange at Grant Line Road. No interchange currently serves Lammers Road at I-205. Without a new or modified interchange, traffic operations at Eleventh Street and Grant Line Road interchanges are expected to worsen over the next 20 years, as the Tracy community continues to grow to the north and west, in accordance with the adopted general plan.
Benefits from the project will include:
- Provide full access to both directions of I-205;
- Improve traffic operations at other interchanges, and;
- Accommodate estimated traffic growth.
The start date and end date of construction is still to be decided. Here is a brief review of the overall timeline for the project:
- January 2008 Environmental Studies Started
- Spring 2010 Draft Environmental Document released
- Spring 2010 Public Hearing
- Summer 2010 Public Review Period Closes – Comments Due
- Fall 2010 Final Environmental Document Approved
- 2010-2012 Final Design
- 2011-2013 Right of Way Acquisition
- T.B.D. Construct Interchange Modifications
The estimated total cost for the project is $86.1 million. Funding is broken down between four major sources:
- STIP : $20.0 million
- Measure K: $20.0 million
- Federal Re-authorization Program: $30.0 million
- Development Fees: $16.1 million