Construction activities for Jamacha Boulevard improvements are now complete. The former two-lane road is now a four-lane roadway, greatly improving traffic flow and safety. Turning lanes are open; striping and pavement markings to include bike lane striping is finished. The plywood noise wall at the east end of the project is scheduled to be removed in mid-September after the breeding season in accordance with the Fish and Wildlife permit requirements.
The roadway has been paved with rubberized asphalt which is quieter and lasts longer and a frontage lane has also been constructed at Omega Street. Concrete sidewalks have been installed on the north side and walkways on the south. Overhead utility lines have been placed underground. Improved storm drains were also installed as part of the construction process.
Major elements and components of this project included:
• Road Widening
• Traffic signal improvements at Maya Street / Jamacha Boulevard and Whitestone Road / Jamacha Boulevard intersections
• Installation of Otay Water District’s new water line.
• SDG&E (electrical) utility undergrounding
• Improvements to storm drains
• Sewer system upgrades
• Rubberized Asphalt Concrete pavement resurfacing
The Jamacha Road Improvement Project is another example of the County of San Diego Department of Public Works' ongoing mission to continually improve our County infrastructure and roadway safety.
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