Existing land uses include transportation facilities (U.S. 101, Rice Avenue, Santa Clara Avenue, etc) commercial (retail and office), mobile homes, single-family residences, and farmland. The zoning and general plan designate the area for residential, community commercial, general commercial, business & research park, light industrial, and agricultural uses.
The City of Oxnard in cooperation with California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) are proposing to improve the Rice Avenue/U.S. 101 Interchange. Proposed improvements include reconstruction and widening of the existing Rice Avenue overcrossing from two to six lanes, reconfiguration of the existing U.S. 101 on- and off-ramps, and the realignment of Ventura Boulevard.
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