Improving the Gateway to Orange County
Construction began in spring 2006 on the Santa Ana Freeway (I-5) Gateway Project and was completed in late 2010. The four-year project widened the remaining two miles of the Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) in Orange County from the Riverside Freeway (State Route 91) to the Los Angeles County line. Landscaping activities are scheduled to continue through early 2012. The I-5 Gateway Project is the final link in the original Measure M's (Orange County's half-cent transportation sales tax) ambitious freeway improvement program.
- Added a new travel lane in each direction
- Added a new carpool lane in each direction
- Added extended merging lanes where possible
- Rebuilt overpasses at Stanton Avenue, Beach Boulevard and Western Avenue
- Rebuilt Artesia Boulevard underpass and realign northbound on- and off-ramps
- Realigned the railroad from Stanton Avenue to Artesia Boulevard
- Built aesthetically pleasing retaining walls
I-5 Freeway Widening Improvements in North and South Los Angeles County
To learn more about the I-5 Corridor Improvement Projects in South Los Angeles County that are taking from Orange County Line to the Interstate 605 (I-605) and the I-5 Corridor Improvement Projects in North Los Angeles County taking place from Burbank to Castaic, please visit the website at www.I-5info.com or call toll-free hotline at (855) 454-6335.
To find the latest I-5 Corridor information, please visit our website at www.I-5info.com or call our toll-free hotline at (855) 454-6335.