Measure M Projects: Local Streets

Hearn Ave. Interchange Improvements in Santa Rosa

This project would widen the Hearn Avenue Bridge, add turn lanes and widen the Santa Rosa Avenue approaches to the Hearn Interchange, realign the ramps on the west side of the interchange, and widen Hearn Avenue near Dutton Ave.

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Project Details:
The City implemented a phased delivery schedule for the Hearn Avenue Interchange project as detailed below.

Phase 1 – Widen Santa Rosa Avenue approaches to the Hearn Avenue Interchange, including the addition of turn lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks, intelligent transportation system components
Project Status/Schedule
Construction was completed in 2014.

Widen Hearn Avenue from the Highway 101 over crossing to Dutton Avenue, including the addition of bike lanes

Project Status/Schedule
Construction was completed in early 2011.

Phase 3 – Reconstruct the Hearn Avenue Over Crossing and Interchange at Highway 101, including the addition of turn lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks
Project Status/Schedule
The Project Study Report (PSR) was completed with Caltrans in 2013. Environmental work was completed in 2017. The City is currently working with Caltrans to complete the Design and Right of Way phases and expects to complete both by early 2020.  The City is actively seeking funding for the construction phase but funds have not yet been identified.

Measure M Programming Capacity:
The City has programmed all $9 Million of the project’s Measure M – LSP funding identified in the Measure M Expenditure Plan.

Project Sponsor:
City of Santa Rosa

Stakeholders:
City of Santa Rosa
Caltrans

Underlined text indicates completed work.

Funding (in thousands):

Phase Total Measure M-LSP City Need
1 $5,646

$1,300

$4,346 $0
2 $1,350 $500 $850 $0
3 $37,400 $7,200 $7,200 $14,000
Totals $44,396 $9,000* $12,396 $14,000

*SCTA passed resolution 2019-012 in September 2019 to commit additional Measure M funding to this project by amending the expenditure plan should the project be granted SB-1 Local Partnership Competitive Program funds.