The Highway 101: Linden and Casitas Pass Project is a mix of local circulation improvements and key bridge replacements that prepare for future Highway 101 widening. The roadway extensions, bike lanes, and sidewalk improvements will make it easier for residents to use local streets for in-town trips. The longer overcrossings, new bridges, and safer on and off-ramp connections all prepare for the future addition of a carpool lane on Highway 101.

This $60 million construction project is funded by state highway funds.

2016 - 2020*

Throughout construction, Highway 101 will have two lanes open in each direction during the day. The majority of construction will occur behind concrete barriers during daytime work hours; some nighttime lane closures will occur.

*The construction schedule remains accelerated, but will finish up in spring 2020 due to Thomas Fire and weather delays.

Progress On Key Improvements