GP: Commercial Mixed Use; Zoning: Mixed Use Commercial
The proposed project consists of widening Corral Hollow Road from the existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane major arterial with median island, sidewalks, bike facilities, landscaping, and street lights from Linne Road to 1-580. The project will include design of at least two traffic signals and the replacement of the bridges over the Delta Mendota Canal and the California Aqueduct. The widening would include railroad crossing improvements at the UPRR, including an at-grade crossing and full sidewalk improvements. The project would also include two stormwater drainage-related facilities: a wet well with storm drain pump station, and a retention basin.
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Transportation (Road widening )
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