Camino Capistrano Project

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I-5/Camino Capistrano Project

Construction is now underway to enhance traffic flow and improve the southbound ramp interchange on the San Diego Freeway (I-5) at Camino Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration oversees the construction of the off-ramp widening and related improvements to address traffic backing up at the interchange on the freeway.
Camino Capistrano Project  

Project Improvements

  • Add a merging lane to the southbound off-ramp
  • Add a second southbound left turn exit lane
  • Provide a yield-controlled, right-turn only lane to the southbound on-ramp
  • Add travel lanes to Camino Capistrano
  • Add a sidewalk on Camino Capistrano
  • Add a bike lane on a portion of Camino Capistrano
  • Replace and extend a soundwall along the off-ramp merging lane.

Status of Project

Construction began in July 2011. The $10 million project is scheduled to be completed by early 2013.

Project Timeline

July 2011 Construction began
Early 2013 Construction scheduled for completion
Early 2014 Landscaping scheduled for completion
 

Project Fact Sheet  
Sarah Swensen

Project Contact

Sarah Swensson King
Manager of Community Outreach
(714) 560-5376
sarahking@octa.net