SR-91 (I-5 to SR-57) Lane Addition Project - Fact Sheet

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  • SR-91 Westbound Lane Addition Project (I-5 to SR-57)

    This project was completed in 2016.

    The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) added a new four-mile westbound lane to SR-91 from approximately I-5 to SR-57 – delivering a better drive through a key stretch between Anaheim and Fullerton. The new westbound lane increased carrying capacity, improved driving operations and relieved traffic congestion along this vital commuter and commerical corridor.

    Project Benefits

    • One new 4-mile lane in the westbound direction between I-5 and SR-57
    • Widened crossings at State College Boulevard, Acacia Avenue, Raymond Avenue, Euclid Street, Brookhurst Street
    • Reconstructed 10 ramps
    • Standardized 12-foot lanes and 8-10 foot shoulders
    • New striping, overhead signage and safety barriers
    • New improvements to drainage facilities
  • At a Glance

    Length
    Approximately 4.5 miles
    Affected Cities
    Anaheim and Fullerton
    Total Cost
    $59 million
    Funding Source
    OC Go and State funds
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