Transportation Programming Projects
The Grant Line Road / State Route 99 Interchange Project replaced the aging two lane highway interchange with a new improved eight lane structure. This will improve the safety conditions and accommodate future traffic growth. The main features of the project includes new on- and off-ramps, and a realignment of East Stockton Boulevard. The total cost of the interchange is approximately $80 million.Client: City of Elk Grove, CA
The City of Elk Grove secured 24-hour Quiet Zones from the Federal Railroad Administration and became the eighth city in the state of California to secure a quiet zone under the new federal rules. To qualify for the zones, at-grade railroad crossing improvements were implemented at some locations. These quiet zones relieved railroad train engineers from the federal requirement of blowing the horns at every at-grade crossing. Train engineers may still sound their horns as necessary. However, sounding horns will not be required and heard on a regular basis as before. The benefits of a quiet zone include improved quality of life and significant reduction in noise pollution from train horns.
Client: City of Elk Grove, CA
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