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  • Raymond Avenue 80-Day Closure to begin on or about July 17, 2017
    The next phase of work on the Raymond Avenue Undercrossing Project requires a full closure of Raymond Avenue just south of Walnut Avenue near the BNSF railroad tracks in Fullerton beginning on or about Monday, July 17, 2017 for approximately 80 days. During the closure, business and residential access will be maintained.  Click here to view more details and detour. 

    Raymond Undercrossing

    The City of Fullerton and the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) are constructing a vehicle undercrossing at the intersection of Raymond Avenue and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. The roadway will be lowered between Santa Fe Avenue to the north and Ash Avenue to the south. When completed, the project will move cars safely and smoothly under the railroad tracks, enhancing safety and boosting mobility. Project completion is anticipated for April 2018.

    During construction of the BNSF Railway bridge and the Valencia Drive roadway bridge, traffic is being directed to a temporary roadway that has been constructed west of the current Raymond Avenue.

    Project Benefits

    • Greater Driver/Pedestrian Safety
    • Shorter Emergency Response Times
    • Elimination of Delays
    • Easier Business Access
    • Enhanced Economic Vitality
    • Improved Air/Noise Conditions
    • Better Quality of Life


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