Transportation Capital Improvement Projects

Welcome to the Mobility Department's Transportation Capital Projects page. The projects listed here are active and currently in the planning or design process. Click a project to view more information including scope, budget, and schedule information. To review projects that have been recently completed, scroll down and click the link at the bottom of this page.

Complete Street & Corridor Improvement Projects: These projects address multi-modal improvements along continuous segments of collector and arterial streets. The schedule, scope, and budget are driven by safety and mobility needs.

Intersection Improvements: These projects address mobility and safety issues but the improvements are focused only at specific intersections. 

Maintenance Projects: These projects involve capital maintenance for various elements of our transportation system such as bridges and mechanical systems.

Neighborhood Improvements: The primary purpose of these projects is to rehabilitate deteriorated pavement on local neighborhood streets. These projects are identified and scheduled as a result of poor pavement condition. Additional improvements to address safety and mobility issues are identified and incorporated into the project on a case-by-case basis. 

Special Projects: These are transportation projects of citywide significance that involve major investments to promote economic development, such as fixed-guideway transit and capital improvement projects covering large areas of the City.

Transportation Studies: These are special studies and analyses completed to study the viability and feasibility of proposed transportation improvements.

        Image removed.Technical Memorandum (April 2017)  Image removed. Presentation (May 2017)

Completed Projects: A comprehensive list of completed projects can be found here.