4LEAF provided all construction management and inspection services for this City of Citrus Heights project that resulted in the transformation of an aging, disjointed, and hazardous pedestrian environment to a well-connected, vibrant, mixed-use, transit-oriented and pedestrian-friendly activity area. The project was part of the City’s on-going efforts to promote and improve pedestrian, bicycle, transit and vehicle movement and safety, encourage economic development, and revitalize aging commercial corridors.
The Auburn Boulevard Corridor is home to more than 200 businesses, and serves as a vital business and retail node in Citrus Heights. Project components included new utility joint trench, road work, storm drains, ADA sidewalks, traffic signals, and dedicated bike lanes. The project also included construction of 13 curb access ramps, installation of accessible pedestrian amenities at the existing signalized intersections and restriping of the roadway with well-delineated bike and travel lanes. The project required daily interface with business owners, various government agencies, utility companies, and residents to ensure they were not adversely impacted by the project.