Caltrans proposes to
construct a direct freeway-to-freeway connector from southbound SR 125 to
eastbound SR 94. The connector would pass under the existing SR 125, and join
eastbound SR 94 between Bancroft Drive and Kenwood Drive. An auxiliary lane
would be constructed along southbound SR 125 from Lemon Avenue to the proposed
connector. An auxiliary lane from the proposed connector to Kenwood Drive would
also be constructed. Other proposed improvements include replacing the Mariposa
Street Overcrossing, widening the SR 94 bridges over Bancroft Drive,
constructing bridge structures on Panorama Drive and Echo Drive over the
connector, and constructing noise barriers along SR 94 and SR 125. The proposed
project covers a distance of two miles.
The final project environmental document was completed in late 2015. Recently, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) Board of Directors passed a budget amendment that prioritizes certain TransNet funded projects. SR 125 south to SR 94 east connector project received $14 million dollars in TransNet funds for the next three years to conduct the design and right of way process for the project. Construction will be scheduled as funding becomes available.
Fact Sheet - SR 94/SR 125 (Posted 5/18/22)
SR 94/SR 125 Interchange Project Final Environmental Document (Posted 3/19/18)
Public Meeting Notice - SR 94/SR 125 Interchange Project (Posted 7/2/15)
Phone: (858) 829-1020