Project:

I-80 Cordelia Truck Scales Relocation Project, $97M

Project Team:  Solano Transportation AuthorityO.C. Jones & SonsCaltrans, HDR, California Highway Patrol, Metropolitan Transportation CommissionIntelligent Imaging Systems, Inc. 

GLA Facilitator(s): Holly Parrish-Bezner

Award(s) Won:
American Society of Civil Engineers
2014 Highway Project of the Year

California Transportation Foundation, 2014 Annual Transportation Awards
Safety Project of the Year

Caltrans Excellence in Partnering Awards 2014
Success in Motion Gold Award

ENR California’s Best Projects 2014
Best Project, Southern California

This is was of the newer and one of the largest truck inspection facilities in California along eastbound Interstate 80 near Fairfield in Solano County. The $100 million Cordelia Truck Scales now have greater capacity and improved technology to handle more than two million trucks annually that travel from the Port of Oakland on I-80 through Northern California and on to the rest of the nation.

“Every investment we make in infrastructure will help California’s economy. Truckers, businesses,
and motorists will all benefit from this state-of-the-art facility. It’s a winning combination for all.”

–  Malcolm Dougherty, Caltrans Director

 “The new facility will help the CHP carry out our mission of saving lives, and improve our ability
to inspect trucks and protect our roads for many years to come.” 

– Mike Ferrell, CHP Commander

I-80 Cordelia Truck Scales Relocation Project, $97M