I-5 (SR-57 to SR-55)

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  • I-5 (SR-57 to SR-55)

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    CHRISTINA PIRRUCCELLO

    Associate Community Relations Specialist

    (800) 724-0353


    Project Overview


    Current Project Phase

    Construction is expected to begin in early 2019 and will continue for two years.


    Anticipated Project Schedule


    Community Outreach

    As the project moves through the final design phase and toward the construction phase, we will continue to keep residents, businesses and community leaders informed. We are actively meeting with key groups, homeowners associations and businesses in the area. Please contact us to schedule a presentation or for additional project information.


    The following detours and the demolition of the I-5 Main Street HOV ramp structure will begin during the first stage of construction.


    Documents & Downloads

    Documents

    CEQA and NEPA Resources

    Resources


    Overview


    Project Overview

    Details

    Current Project Phase

    Construction is expected to begin in early 2019 and will continue for two years.


    Anticipated Project Schedule


    Community Outreach

    As the project moves through the final design phase and toward the construction phase, we will continue to keep residents, businesses and community leaders informed. We are actively meeting with key groups, homeowners associations and businesses in the area. Please contact us to schedule a presentation or for additional project information.

    Construction

    The following detours and the demolition of the I-5 Main Street HOV ramp structure will begin during the first stage of construction.

    Reources

    Documents & Downloads

    Documents

    CEQA and NEPA Resources

    Documents

    Resources


    Stay Informed

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  • Motorists frequently experience traffic congestion on the I-5 freeway between SR-55 and SR-57, and research indicates that delays likely will increase. According to recent studies, 380,000 motorists travel this route every day. By 2035, that daily number is expected to rise to 400,000 – an increase of 7 percent. Caltrans, in partnership with OCTA, is adding a second carpool lane in each direction to relieve traffic congestion, alleviate bottlenecks and improve traffic operations on this corridor within the cities of Santa Ana, Orange and Tustin. The project also includes removing the I-5/Main Street HOV on- and off-ramps.

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