The project will improve safety and reduce congestion along Kirker Pass Road by constructing a truck climbing lane in the northbound direction. The project is approximately 1 mile in length, beginning at the Concord Pavilion and ending at the northern Hess Road intersection. Pavement widening is proposed on the east side of the roadway to provide a 12-foot truck lane and 8-foot paved shoulder. Widening will require significant retaining walls due to the existing slopes and drainage adjacent to the roadway.
Environmental studies and preliminary design are underway.
The County is seeking additional funding to complete the project.
Funding Sources: Measure J, State Transportation Improvement Program, Gas Tax, Other
Total Project Cost: $18.6 million
Open House to be held on Monday, September 19 from 6:00-7:00pm at the Concord Pavilion. Come learn about the project and ask questions! Click here to view the flyer.
Draft Project Environmental Document is now available for public review from August 31, 2016 to September 29, 2016.
Click here to view the notice and draft document.