Feasibility Study of McCall Interchange Project to Begin

McCall Boulevard, which currently has two lanes each way crossing over Interstate 215, will be studied for the feasibility of widening the road and other improvements.
The Menifee City Council has approved an agreement with RBF Consulting to conduct a feasibility study for an improvement project on the McCall Boulevard freeway interchange.

This project is further out on the timeline than other Menifee freeway road projects, such as the Newport Road interchange, Scott Road interchange and Holland Road overpass. However, city officials believe it is necessary to expand that free interchange as Menifee's population continues to grow.

Council members unanimously approved the contract with RBF Consulting, which is not to exceed $152,230. According to city manager Rob Johnson, the city has Measure A funds to help finance this project.

According to city documents, the feasibility study will:

-- Identify viable design alternatives and its potential implications.

-- Develop preliminary cost estimates to assist with defining funding needs.

-- Provide an anticipated project schedule.

-- Identify required environmental studies.

-- Explore potential phased or interim improvements.

-- Prepare the Project Initiation Document per Caltrans standards and obtain Caltrans approval of the PID.

This agreement is for the feasibility study only. Once that is completed, bids will be solicited for the design process.


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