Brisco Road Interchange Project
The Brisco Road-Halcyon Road/US 101 Interchange project has been underway
since the late 1990's. Currently the project is in the Project Approval and Environmental
Determination (PA&ED) phase with three project alternatives under review, as highlighted below:
- Closes the northbound on and off-ramps at Brisco Road and US 101
- Completes intersection improvements Camino Mercado and US 101
- Completes intersection improvements at north and southbound ramps at Grand Ave and US 101
- Completes bridge widening on Grand Ave
- Estimated cost $14,000,000
- 1st Alternative
- Undercrossing Exhibit
- Relocates the northbound ramps at Brisco to West Branch Street at Rodeo Drive
- Completes intersection improvements at Grace Lane and Rodeo Drive
- Completes intersection improvements at southbound ramp at Grand Ave and US 101
- Estimated cost $23,000,000
- 2nd Alternative
The Third Alternative:
- No build
- Public workshop regarding environmental documents was held on April 26th, 2018.
- Public comments are currently under review and are expected to be completed February 2019.
- Anticipate Council action on selected alternative in early 2019.
- What is the Brisco Interchange Project?
- What is the City of Arroyo Grande responsible for regarding the Brisco Interchange Project?
- What is the current timeline for the Brisco Interchange Project?
- What are the current design alternatives being proposed?
- What role does Cal Trans have regarding the Temporary Closure?
- What role does the City of Arroyo Grande have regarding the Temporary Closure?
- Why was the closure of the Brisco Road on and off-ramps temporary?
- Why was the temporary closure initially extended?
- Is the Cal Trans Brisco Interchange Project approval related to the temporary closure of the Brisco ramps?
- How can I voice my input to the City?