SCH Number 2022020206
- Downtown Madera Capital Preventative Maintenance and Road Diet
- The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes to replace distressed pavement, update existing facilities, install Complete Streets features, and implement a “Road Diet” (reducing the number of lanes from four to two from E Street to Fig Street and adding a two-way left-turn lane in the center of the roadway and Class II bike lanes on both sides of the roadway) on State Route 145 in the City of Madera in Madera County between Avenue 13 and the BNSF Railway underpass. Transportation Management System work includes installing accessible pedestrian signals, replacing damaged loop detectors, installing new loop stations, replacing roadside sign panels, and installing cameras. Additional Complete Streets elements may include but are not limited to installing bike parking, new or upgraded transit stations, shades, benches, bulb-outs, sidewalks, and Americans with Disabilities Act ramps. Lastly, several existing crosswalks would be replaced with high-visibility crosswalks.
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|NOD||California Department of Transportation, District 6 (DOT)||Downtown Madera Capital Preventative Maintenance and Road Diet|
|FIN||California Department of Transportation, District 6 (DOT)||Downtown Madera Capital Preventative Maintenance and Road Diet|
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