U.S. 101 / Tully Road Interchange Client: Caltrans / VTA

Location

San Jose, CA

Clients

  • Santa Clara VTA

U.S. 101 / Tully Road Interchange Client: Caltrans / VTA

  • Prepared a Project Study Report/Project Report
  • Accelerated final design for $45 million PS&E pacakge to reconstruct interchange
  • Aerial topographic mapping to Caltrans A, B, and C submittal procedures
  • Prepared enhanced pedestrian and bicycle conditions for roadway
  • Prepared upgraded aesthetics for landscape and structure

HMH performed a leading role in project development for the major improvements to U.S. 101 between I-280/680 and Yerba Buena Road. Working closely with Caltrans, VTA and the City of San Jose, HMH prepared a Project Study Report/Project Report (PSR/PR) for adding a southbound lane, modifying the interchanges at U.S. 101/Tully Road and U.S. 101/Capitol Expressway to partial cloverleaf configurations, auxiliary lanes and ramp modifications at the U.S.101/Yerba Buena Road interchange. HMH lead this critical Proposition 1-B bond-funded project for major improvements to U.S. 101 between I-280/680 and Yerba Buena Road.

Additionally, HMH prepared a Project Study Report/Project Report (PSR/PR) for adding a southbound lane, modifying the interchanges at U.S. 101/Tully Road and U.S. 101/Capitol Expressway to partial cloverleaf configurations, auxiliary lanes and ramp modifications at the U.S.101/Yerba Buena Road interchange. HMH services also included control surveys and aerial topographic mapping to Caltrans A, B, and C submittal procedures, preparation of mandatory and advisory design exception fact sheets, geometric approval drawings and technical studies for the State CEQA Initial Study/Negative Declaration and Federal NEPA Categorical Exclusion.