Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
This project will construct various mainline and ramp improvements along U.S. 101 at Tully Road in San Jose.
The purpose of this project is to reduce traffic congestion and improve safety along the U.S. 101 corridor in east San Jose by eliminating mainline traffic bottlenecks and removing merging and weaving conflicts.
The proposed improvements would:
Construct an additional lane on southbound U.S. 101 from south of Story Road to north of Capitol Expressway
Replace the Tully Road over-crossing over U.S. 101
Reconfigure the U.S. 101/Tully Road interchange
Maintenance of Traffic Flow
For the safety of the public and construction workers, traffic control measures (such as temporary lane closures and detours) will be used as needed. Contractors will be required to make every effort to maintain access and minimize disruptions. The public will be notified before traffic control measures are implemented.
Construction will be managed by Caltrans. Upon completion, Caltrans will operate and maintain the highway improvements.
Construction begins: Fall 2010/Winter 2011 - Contingent on the passage of the State budget
Construction complete: Fall 2012
$63 million: $30 million from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) and $33 million from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), Federal and State Highway Funds and other local sources.
How to Reach Us
For more information on this project, please call VTA’s Community Outreach at (408) 321-7575, TTY for the hearing-impaired (408) 321-2330, or e-mail us at email@example.com. For construction updates please visit www.dot.ca.gov/dist4/101tullyroad/