What is the City of Arroyo Grande responsible for regarding the Brisco Interchange Project?

  • The design alternatives, supporting documentation and environmental documents are prepared by the City and require approval from Cal Trans.
  • The City of Arroyo Grande is responsible for the design, technical documents and environmental review in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Brisco Project and Cal Trans is the lead in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

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1. When will the Brisco Road on and off-ramps be reopened?
2. What is the Brisco Interchange Project?
3. What is the City of Arroyo Grande responsible for regarding the Brisco Interchange Project?
4. What is the current timeline for the Brisco Interchange Project?
5. What are the current design alternatives being proposed?
6. Why are the Brisco Road on and off-ramps closed?
7. What role does Cal Trans have regarding the Temporary Closure?
8. What role does the City of Arroyo Grande have regarding the Temporary Closure?
9. Why is the closure of the Brisco Road on and off-ramps temporary?
10. Why was the temporary closure initially extended?
11. Will the Brisco Road on and off-ramps be reopened?
12. Is the Cal Trans Brisco Interchange Project approval related to the temporary closure of the Brisco ramps?
13. Can just one of the ramps at Brisco Road be opened?
14. How can I voice my input to the City?