Brisco Road Interchange Project
On November 22, 2016, the Arroyo Grande City Council approved the conclusion of the Test Closure of the Brisco Road at US 101 northbound on and off-ramps and directed the opening of the ramps in coordination with Caltrans. View Press Release.
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 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
- Complete intersection improvements at Grand Ave and US 101
- Estimated cost $23,000,000
- 2nd Alternative
The Third Alternative:
- No build
- 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?