Bradley Avenue / SR-67 Project


Project Description

The proposed project will widen Bradley Avenue from west of Magnolia Avenue to east of Mollison Avenue, including replacing the bridge over State Route 67.

The existing freeway interchange and roadway were built over 50 years ago and can no longer accommodate the traffic demands or provide for the multi-modal needs of this growing community.

The improved roadway will add capacity to reduce congestion and meet current and future traffic volumes and will add sidewalks and shoulders to accommodate bicycles and pedestrians to encourage a more active lifestyle. To learn more please click (English) (Spanish) (Arabic) to view the project fact sheet.

Project Cost

The estimated total project cost for both phases is approximately $59 million and is funded primarily with TransNet (sales tax) funds and other local and federal dollars.

Construction Schedule

The Project has been divided into two stages of construction to streamline development and minimize impacts for the public:

Stage 1 between Graves Avenue to east of Mollison Avenue is located within County of San Diego’s public right-of-way to the east of the bridge over State Route 67.

The planned work for this stage includes increasing the number of travel lanes from two lanes to four lanes, adding a dedicated center median, upgrading the old storm drain system and providing continuous dedicated bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

The work also includes, Green Streets features that would promote water conservation by installing storm water runoff treatment facilities.

Construction of Stage 1 is expected to begin mid 2024 and be complete early 2026.

Stage 2  from west of Magnolia to Graves Avenue, includes the portions of the project that are primarily within the State of California public right-of-way under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Transportation.

Stage 2 construction is expected to begin mid 2026 and be complete early 2028.

Project Objectives

•        Reduce Congestion and Improve Traffic Operations in the Area

•        Meet the Existing and Future Traffic Demands of the Road and Interchange

•        Ensure Compliance to Design Standards including Non-Motorized Modes of Travel

•        Improve Connectivity to Gillespie Field Cajon Air Center Improvements

For more information contact Jim Bolz (Project Manager):