101 / Woodside Interchange
Thank you for participating in the Community Open House!
The project team welcomed nearly 60 members of the public to the first project outreach meeting. This Community Open House was held on March 31, 2014 at the Downtown Library. Between brief project presentations held every half hour, team members answered questions and received comments from residents, local employees, business representatives, and City leaders. Click here to see a copy of the presentation. The project team is compiling all comments and input received, including feedback about existing use of the interchange, the purpose of planned improvements, and any concerns or other observations. The summary will be posted here soon, so be sure to check back.
Meeting flyer (English and Spanish)
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The City of Redwood City, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority, is proposing to reconstruct the Route 101/84 (Woodside Road) interchange. The purpose of the project is to relieve existing and future traffic congestion, and to improve traffic safety and vehicular access to and from Route 101 and SR 84 (Woodside Road). The goals include improving highway operations, reducing associated congestion on Redwood City streets, removing barriers to non-motorized travel, and minimizing impacts on nearby businesses. The project proposes to modify the on- and off-ramp configuration at the interchange and adjacent local intersections to improve traffic flow, increase safety, and better accommodate pedestrian and bicycle access across Route 101.
The City hired a consultant team led by URS to conduct the Project Approval & Environmental Document (PA & ED) phase of the project. This two-year phase began in late 2013 and includes data gathering and mapping, development and implementation of a community outreach process, traffic analysis of existing and future conditions, definition and evaluation of geometric improvement alternatives, environmental analysis and documentation of a preferred alternative, and development of a project report.
The two-year-long community engagement and visioning process will provide both high tech (website, email lists, and other social media) and high touch (one-on-one engagement, small group meetings, large group workshops, and public hearings) opportunities for all interested parties to be informed and involved in the development of project alternatives.
Current Project Information
- Technical Documents
- Community Meetings
Paul Krupka, P.E.