Highway 65 Community Open House July 24th
Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) will host a community open house meeting for the SR 65 widening project on Thursday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at the Lincoln City Hall Community Room, 600 6th Street, Lincoln.
The project team will provide a presentation of the project concepts and schedule and solicit feedback from the community.
The project proposes improvements on SR 65 from north of Galleria Boulevard/ Stanford Ranch Road to Lincoln Boulevard. SR 65 is experiencing operational problems caused by traffic congestion, particularly during peak commute hours.
"The SR 65 widening project is an important link in Placer County that will relieve congestion, improve operations, and enhance safety to this segment of the freeway," said Celia McAdam, Executive Director for PCTPA. "We realize how important it is for the economic vitality and the quality of life for South Placer that we find a way to improve the conditions along SR 65."
Representatives from PCTPA, Caltrans and the project consultant team will be available to provide an overview of the project, schedule, and will answer questions.
For more information about the open house meeting visit www.pctpa.net or call 530-823-4030
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