Caltrans to work on SR67/Dye intersection

By Karen Brainard

California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is planning to begin initial work on improving traffic flow at the state Route 67 and Highland Valley/Dye Road intersection this summer, Joe Hull of Caltrans said on Tuesday.

According to Hull, Caltrans has agreed to do two steps: A project report that will cover all environmental documents and detail estimates for the project, and final design engineering plans. The early estimate for that work is $800,000, he said.

Preliminary plans call for the work to begin at the start of Caltrans’ fiscal year which is July 1, he added.

Funding for actual construction of improvements will be a combined effort of Caltrans, San Diego County, land developers and the San Diego Association of Governments, said Hull.

“It will definitely be a joint effort…to come up with funding for construction,” he said.

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2 Comments for “Caltrans to work on SR67/Dye intersection”

  1. Guest

    $800,000 to get the traffic light control guy to adjust the green/red durations. Environmental issues will be how long the truck is parked off-road in the dirt.

  2. Guest

    This $800,000 is just to do the paperwork for whatever it is they ultimately will do. Get used to spending a lot more wasted time waiting at this intersection.

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