This project will improve safety by expanding US-95 over Granite Hill, building frontages roads to consolidate access to the highway and realigning the Trails End Road intersection.
Pending finalized right of way negotiations, the project will go to bid for construction in 2020 and 2021.
Following the public meeting in July 2018, the design team made changes to the project to incorporate feedback, limit impacts and reduce costs.
Click the link below to see the most significant changes.Design update 2019
Why will new frontage roads be constructed?
New frontages roads will be constructed to eliminate multiple access points that have been the scene of numerous crashes in the past.
How much does the project cost, and how will it be funded?
Overall improvements will cost $36 million to design and construct, with $23 million coming from the GARVEE Transportation Program.Read more about GARVEE funding