California Department of Transportation, District 4
Llano Road Intersection Improvement
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
transportation corridor and riparian corridor
The purpose of this project is to reduce the potential for accidents related to left turns and vehicle crossings for traffic moving from eastbound SR 116 to northbound Llano Rd. SR 116 is a two-way route that passes through several towns of Sonoma County, and intersects with hwy 101 in Cotati, CA. Proposed improvements to SR 116 include widening the road to accommodate a left-turn pocket onto northbound Llano Rd, widening shoulders to standard 8-ft width, installing traffic signals, replacing the existing reinforced concrete box culverts over a creek with a bridge, constructing a retaining wall along the south side of SR 116 to accommodate drainage, and repairing or resurfacing the existing roadways.
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