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 as listed below.

For more information please contact:

Community Liaison
Michele Miller
(805) 371-7766

Project Manager
Mike Tohidian
(805) 449-2516

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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.

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