|Let's Talk About the Hazel Avenue Widening Project
Join us on February 27 when Project Manager Theron Roschen of the Sacramento County Department of Transportation will answer questions about the Hazel Avenue Widening Project. Construction on this project is currently set to begin Spring 2008.
Roschen is the featured program for the February Commuter Club Luncheon onthe 27, noon - 1 p.m. at the Mills Station Community Room near the Mather Mills Light Rail platform. (10057 Mills Station Rd., Rancho Cordova, CA.)
The luncheon is free to the first 50 Commuter Club members who RSVP. To join the Commuter Club (which is also free), click here.
On September 13, 2006, the Board of Supervisors approved the project and the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Hazel Avenue Improvement Project. The project will widen Hazel Avenue from four to six lanes from Madison Avenue to US Highway 50 and includes 5-foot bicycle lanes and 10-foot sidewalks separated from the roadway by an 8-foot landscaped buffer strip.