101/23 Freeway Interchange Improvements


Community Presentation Opportunity
The Project Team continues to provide regular project updates via email and this website. If you or your organization would like a presentation, please contact Marisa Campos, Community Liaison at (805) 371-7766 or 10123@toaks.org or City Project Manager Mike Tohidian  at mtohidian@toaks.org  or (805) 449-2516.

Project Funding and Status:
This project is funded with $20.81 million in state and federal grants and is supported by a $12.02 million loan from the City of Thousand Oaks. Construction started in March 2014 and will take approximately two years to complete. for additional details, please review the Project Fact Sheet.
Project Elements
  • Add a lane to the southbound SR-23/northbound US 101 connector
  • Construct sound walls along the US 101 at various locations
  • Add a lane to the northbound and southbound US 101 freeway at various locations
  • Widen three bridges (nortbound side only) - Hampshire Road, Moorpark Road
    and Conejo School Road
  • Realign Moorpark Road northbound on-ramp and add a lane to the Moorpark Road
    northbound off-ramp
  • Realign Hampshire Road northbound on and off-ramps

Project Benefits

  • Relieve existing traffic chokepoint at US 101 / SR 23
  • Improve traffic safety and operations at the interchange
  • Improve local traffic flow as well as regional commutes
  • Enhance air quality and facilitate commerce