SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - A portion of I-5 in Shasta County is getting a makeover, according to Caltrans.
Nearly $12 million has been allocated toward a project to expand a portion of I-5 from four lanes to six lanes.
The project will take place from the area of I-5 and Highway 273 in Anderson to the south of Churn Creek Road overcrossing north of Anderson.
Construction is expected to begin next Spring and take a couple of years to complete.
The I-5 expansion and several other road-related projects are being funded by money from Senate Bill One, The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.
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