OCTA, in partnership with Caltrans, has initiated an Improvement Project to enhance safety, smooth traffic flow, and improve pedestrian and bicycle pathways through the I-605/Katella Avenue interchange in the City of Los Alamitos.
The project is in the preliminary engineering and environmental review stage to identify potential significant environmental effects and ways to avoid or significantly reduce those effects.
Funded by Measure M, Orange County’s voter-approved transportation investment plan, the environmental review process began in mid-2016 and is expected to be completed in late 2018. During this time, improvements to Katella Avenue, freeway ramps and bicycle and pedestrian facilities will be studied to determine their benefits, costs and impacts.
OCTA is hosting a public information meeting for the I-605/Katella Avenue Interchange Project on Thursday, June 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Los Alamitos Community Center, 10911 Oak Street, Los Alamitos.
The meeting is an opportunity to inform businesses, residents and local organizations about the project and the environmental process. Informational exhibits will be on display and project staff members will be available to chat and answer questions.
For more information on the I-605/Katella Ave Interchange Project, contact Jessica Lopez at 714-560-5766 or firstname.lastname@example.org.