Caltrans 5 (San Luis Obispo)
(California Department of Transportation, District 5)
Santa Margarita Creek Bank Stabilization
FIN - Final Document
Caltrans proposes to stabilize the bank of Santa Margarita Creek. The purpose of the work is to prevent further erosion into the State right-of-way and eventually the northbound lanes of US 101. US 101 is the primary north-south coastal route for California travel and commerce. The project will reclaim lost shoulder width and traffic recovery area by restoring the original bank alignment, removing accumulated material in the original flow line, and stabilizing the bank against future erosion. The benefits of this work are the protection of northbound US 101 travel lanes, maintaining safety by restoring the integrity of the wildlife fencing through the area, and reducing sediment load caused by on-going bank erosion in Santa Margarita Creek.
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