The Lost Hills/US 101 Bridge and Interchange project is a $25
million overhaul of the Lost Hills Road/US 101 interchange. It will involve
widening the Lost Hills Road overpass to five lanes, providing improvements
to the on/off ramp design onto US 101, and ensure safe access for all
pedestrians. The cost of the project will be funded by
Measure R funds.
For up to date information on road closures, project progression and traffic
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will receive a response within 24 hours.
If you would like to speak to someone about the project
or have specific questions or concerns you would like addressed you can call
(323) 410-7714. Someone from the project will respond to you immediately.
||The Lost Hills
Interchange Improvement Project
The Lost Hills Road Interchange Improvement Project Update -
September 10, 2014, 7:00pm at the City Council Meeting, 100 Civic Center
Lost Hills Road Interchange Project Update
- April 10, 2014,
Founders Hall, 200 Civic Center Way, Calabasas, CA 91302
U.S. 101 Freeway/Lost Hills Road
Public Notice of Intent to Adopt MND
Notice of Public Hearing and Availability of Initial Study/Environmental
City Council Agenda Item #9
9. Recommendation to award construction contract for Specification
No. 14-15-05 to Security Paving Company, Inc.
9 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Bid Results for Project Specification No.14-15-05
Attachment B - Proposal for Construction Support Services from
Kier & Wright
Attachment C - Construction Contract for Security Paving
Attachment D - Professional Services Agreement for Kier & Wright
Attachment E - Utility Agreement with LVMWD defining their
financial responsibility for this project.
Recommendation to award construction contract for
Specification No. 14-15-05 to Security Paving Company, Inc.
The project requires an Environmental Report. The
Initial Study with proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration/Environmental
Assessment (MND/EA) was released to the public on Thursday January 19,
2012 and the public comment period ends on March 13, 2012. A public
hearing was held on February 28, 2012 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the
City of Calabasas.
Click here for environmental
Pauline Rubio-Brownell, Executive Assistant
Transportation/ Transit Division
Shuttle & Trolley