SR-78 Glamis Crossing

State Route 78 / Glamis Multiuse Grade Separated Crossing Feasibility Study

Draft Report 

Draft SR 78 / Glamis Feasibility Study

To Provide a Comment on the Glamis Study Report Click Here.

Public Outreach

Join the Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) for an opportunity to provide input on a potential Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) crossing in the Glamis area!
 

IMPORTANT MEETING ACCESS: Saturday, October 24 Virtual Public Meeting starting on at 9:00am 

Please use: https://zoom.us/j/92235843138 or Join by Phone: (669)900-9128

Meeting ID: 922 3584 3138 to access the October 24 Virtual Public Workshop. 

 
To register for the upcoming virtual public meeting(s) visit: glamiscrossing.eventbrite.com
 

Glamis Outreach Flyer

October Virtual Meeting Recording
 
We want to hear from you about:
• Design
• Access and usability
• Safety
• General Input
• General questions
 
Virtual Public Meeting Opportunities:
 
Meeting Opportunity 1:
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
 
Meeting Opportunity 2:
Saturday, October 24, 2020
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
 

Project Description

The Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) has contracted with Kleinfelder to perform a feasibility study (FS) to analyze and develop feasible design alternatives and locations for providing a safe Multiuse Grade Separated Crossing for off-highway vehicle (OHV) users across the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) rail line at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area (ISDRA). 

The FS objectives and outcomes include developing a problem statement, identifying feasible engineering alternatives for grade separated crossings and the constraints, costs, and risks of each alternative, and establishing a path forward for a preferred alternative including identification of agency responsibility, funding mechanisms, anticipated costs and risks throughout the project life.

Study Area

The Study Area is located in Glamis California in the eastern portion of Imperial County. It is within the eastern portion of the ISDRA and is approximately 3 miles long and 2,000 feet wide. It is bisected by the UPRR from SR 78 in the north to approximately Wash 15 in the south, encompassing Ted Kipf road to the east. A map of the Study Area is available here.

Project Contact

Virginia Mendoza
Senior Transportation Planner
Imperial County Transportation Commission
1.760.592.4494

Member Agencies / Partners