The project involves increasing the paved width of Stoddard Wells Road roadway to 26 feet and reestablish the shoulder width to 12 feet on either side from Interstate 15 to Johnson Road. Along this stretch of Stoddard Wells Road, there is currently an approximately 22-foot-wide two-lane paved roadway with approximately 5 to 6 inches of conventional asphalt with unimproved dirt shoulders. This 1.6-mile segment has seen a marked increase in heavy truck and passenger vehicle traffic due to its direct connection between the I-15 and the Walmart and Big Lots Distributions Centers located within the North Apple Valley Industrial Specific Plan (NAVISP). The paved area is deteriorating in the wheel paths and along the edges largely due to this increase in traffic.
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