About the Project
Caltrans is rebuilding State Highways 70 and 20 in downtown Marysville, CA starting in June 2013. Work will continue through October, and resume again in May 2014.
In order to reduce traffic delays and ease access to downtown businesses, work will be done in 13 separate stages. Each stage focuses on one short section of highway that will last two to three weeks, with crews working around the clock.
Project benefits include:
- New continuously reinforced concrete pavement and asphalt concrete that will extend the roadway’s life by 40 years and significantly reduce on-going maintenance delays and costs
- Upgraded curb ramps and sidewalks to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards where possible
- Upgraded utilities and drainage
- Improved traffic operations throughout the project area
- Tree planting and stamped concrete crosswalks to beautify main streets throughout Marysville
Once completed in late 2014 or early 2015, the road rehabilitation will increase mobility on Highways 70 and 20 for travel through downtown Marysville.
The project is in partnership with the City of Marysville, Yuba County, and many other local organizations and businesses as a unique opportunity to move Marysville forward toward more economic prosperity and community vitality.
- Project Map and Schedule
- Caltrans District 3 Project Information Page
- Marysville 9th Street Simulation
- Project Photos