The City of Camarillo, in partnership with the California Department of Transportation District 7, proposes to construct Class II bicycle lanes on an approximately 1.75-mile portion of Pleasant Valley Road between Las Posas Road to the west and 5th Street to the east in the city of Camarillo, California (project). The project will terminate within the city boundary prior to the railroad tracks at 5th Street.
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Transportation:Other (Addition of bicycle lanes)
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