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That multi-million dollar project will over many years transform Route 65 from Route 190 to the Kern-Tulare county line into a four-lane expressway.
Currently, work is being done from just south of Route 190 to just south of Tea Pot Dome Avenue.
There’s some interest among San Joaquin Valley officials in rekindling the Route 65 project to relieve pressure on Route 99, though the source of potential construction money is, to say the least, problematic.
However, Brown’s Department of Transportation has drafted a new state transportation plan that, in effect, says California should not add any more carrying capacity into its roadway system and emphasize mass transit instead.
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The Kern County portion will be handled under TCRP Project #114.
In June 2017, the CTC was informed that TCRP Project 114 is currently inactive.
The August 2004 CTC agenda showed a notice to prepare an EIR to widen to four-lane expressway near Terra Bella. Construction of Phase 1 is scheduled to begin in Fiscal Year 2007-08, with Phases 2 and 3 to be constructed as funding becomes available.
Note that ISTEA repealed the previous Federal-Aid System, effective in 1992, and established the functional classification system for all public roads.
In May 2016, an article in the Modesto Bee noted the original plans for the route.
In May 2016, the CTC adjusted the funding to 1,800,000 for Terra Bella Expressway - Segment 1.
Near Porterville, on Route 65 from Avenue 120 to 0.3 mile south of Route 190.