Recently Completed Projects
- Harney Lane
- Lower Sacramento Road
- SR-4 Crosstown Freeway
- North I-5 Widening
- SR-99 Stockton Widening
- SR-99 Manteca Widening
- 11th Street and MacArthur Drive
The Harney Lane Grade Separation Project in Lodi was completed in December 2017. The project included the creation of an 250 ft. overpass over the Union Pacific railroad line between Hutchins and Stockton streets, the addition of one driving lane in each direction from Highway 99 to Hutchins Street, the installation of soundwalls, sidewalks and center median, and landscaping.
Construction began in April 2016, with an expected completion time of 18 months. The two south lanes were opened to two-way traffic in May 2017. In November 2017 both sides of the bridge were opened to drivers through one eastbound and one westbound lane. The project was opened to its final, four-lane configuration in December 2017.
The $14.5 million project was funded through Measure K – the local half-cent transportation sales tax for San Joaquin County – and State/Regional Transportation Program funds.
Project Partners: City of Lodi, SJCOG (Measure K)
The Lower Sacramento Road Improvement Project was completed in May 2017. Improvements to the 2.5 miles between Eight Mile Road and Harney Lane include: two new lanes in each direction with 8-foot wide shoulders and bike routes, a raised concrete median, a new traffic signal at Mettler Road, and modifications to an existing traffic signal at Armstrong Road. Also, overhead utilities were converted to underground to enhance safety and overall aesthetic.
A ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the project's completion was held on Monday, September 25, 2017 on the northwest corner of Lower Sacramento Road and Armstrong Road. The project began in October 2014 and was completed five months ahead of schedule, with no injuries or accidents.
The San Joaquin County Public Works Department won the 2017 American Public Works Association Project of the Year Award, presented during an August 4, 2017 ceremony, in the transportation and roadway category. This award is provided to agencies who show excellence in administration, management, design, sustainability, construction, community relations, and teamwork.
The $7.5 million project was funded through Measure K – the local half-cent transportation sales tax for San Joaquin County - and local Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees.
Date Completed: May 2017
Project Partners: San Joaquin County Public Works Department, SJCOG (Measure K)
A ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the project's completion was held on Friday, December 9, 2016. The project began in April 2014 and was completed ahead of schedule.
Date Completed: December 2016
Project Partners: SJCOG, Caltrans District 10, City of Stockton, County of San Joaquin
Fact Sheet [pdf]
SR-99 Stockton Widening
On November 2, 2016, Caltrans District 10 and SJCOG celebrated the completion of the 99/South Stockton project with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony was held at the new Park & Ride lot adjacent to the Mariposa interchange.
Fact Sheet [pdf]
This $158 million project widened a 10-mile portion State Route 99 (SR-99) from four to six lanes, beginning south of SR-120 in Manteca to just north of Arch Road in Stockton. The project also reconstructed the Main Street/ Lathrop Road Interchange; replaced the French Camp/ Turner Station Interchange; constructed soundwalls and concrete median barriers; and installed ramp metering.
Project Partners: Caltrans District 10, City of Manteca, County of San Joaquin
11th Street and MacArthur Drive Improvements
This project will create three dedicated turn lanes at the 11th Street-MacArthur Drive intersection at the foot of the overpass in Tracy (refer to image taken by Glenn Moore from theTracy Press). The dedicated turn lanes will include a right-turn lane from eastbound 11th Street to southbound MacArthur Drive, a left-turn lane from westbound 11th Street to southbound MacArthur, and a left-turn lane from northbound MacArthur onto 11th Street.
Construction began mid December 2017 and is estimated to continue until Spring of 2018.
The estimated total project cost is $2,470,884. This project is being funded through:
- $1 Million of CMAQ
- $850,000 of Measure K LSR
- $620,884 of LTF.