Catch a glimpse of what the project area will look like upon completion of the WCC project.
The project is split into two segments – east and west segments.
and requests also may be submitted via Caltrans' online Maintenance Service
Request form. You will receive a reply confirming receipt of the request and a confirmation
Submit Requests and Concerns
The WCC team would like to sincerely thank residents, business owners and the traveling public for their support, understanding and patience during construction. With the end of the project comes a transition for all future communications related to the project area. All requests and/or questions regarding project maintenance, such as graffiti removal, signalization, litter removal, potholes, etc., should now be referred to Caltrans District 12 Public Information Officer David Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCTA is working with Caltrans to coordinate plans for an upcoming Replacement Planting Project, with construction estimated to begin in Late 2015. The objective of this project is to provide replacement planting to areas affected by the WCC roadway construction. The project will utilize native, drought-resistant trees and vines selected from a list of species approved by Caltrans, which will oversee the replacement planting.
If you have questions prior to the start of construction, please email WCCProject@octa.net, or call OCTA Community Relations Officer Chris Boucly at (714) 560-5326. If you have questions once construction starts, please contact Caltrans District 12 Public Information Officer David Richardson at (949) 724-2341 or email@example.com.
Again, our team would like to thank you for your patience during construction. Please take a moment to visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/WCCproject and fill out a survey to help our team improve communication efforts for future projects.
Completion of the carpool connectors marks just one
of the major milestones achieved over the last four years. This infographic
highlights a few of the exciting milestones the WCC project team has celebrated
since the project began in 2010.
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