Olivehurst Roadway Climate Resiliency Project

The Olivehurst Roadway Climate Resiliency Project is dedicated to enhancing the durability and safety of our community's infrastructure in response to changing climate conditions.

Join Us in Planning Exciting Changes for the Olivehurst Community

The Local Transportation Climate Adaptation Program (LTCAP) provides funding for the development and implementation of projects that are intended to: adapt to the changing climate, increase climate resiliency, and protect at-risk transportation infrastructure as well as vulnerable and under-resourced communities.

In addition to sidewalks and bike lanes, the project includes the installation of storm drains to address standing water issues and reduce flood risk.

The improved transportation and access within Olivehurst aims to make our community safer and more connected than ever before – improving how residents get around, whether it's walking, biking, or driving, and creating safer paths to schools and other key destinations.

About the Olivehurst Roadway Climate Resiliency Project

Project Benefits Include:

  • Enhanced safety and accessibility for students walking or biking to school, particularly those attending Ella Elementary School
  • Improved drainage infrastructure to prevent flooding and enhance community resilience
  • Use eco-friendly techniques to repair roads, making them last longer and causing less harm to the environment
  • Strengthened community connections with safer access to local destinations and amenities

Key Elements:

  • Community Connectivity: Enhancing access to schools, parks, businesses, and community amenities, the project fosters safer and more convenient pathways for all residents, promoting a vibrant and connected West Linda community.
  • Stormwater Drainage: Addressing existing flooding issues, the project includes a new comprehensive storm drain system that connects with already installed storm drains.
  • Pavement Improvements: The project evaluates street improvement options, considering cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

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