Is the Cal Trans Brisco Interchange Project approval related to the temporary closure of the Brisco ramps?

  • No. Although the temporary closure of the Brisco on and off ramps is intended to evaluate Alternative 1, the closure is not a requirement for the environmental document or project approval.
  • No additional studies were conducted during the closure; however additional traffic count data was collected that may assist in review of Alternative 1.
  • The review process of the Brisco Project design alternatives continued independently of the temporary closure.

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