Los Patrones Parkway is a rural secondary highway in Southern Orange County, California. The toll-free roadway is approximately 4.5 miles in length and has four lanes, two in each direction. Los Patrones Parkway provides increased mobility throughout the region as well as easier access to major freeways and toll roads. The first phase of the roadway connects Oso Parkway to Chiquita Canyon Drive, in the north and south directions. A multi-purpose pathway trail allows for pedestrians and cyclists use of the roadway with a tension cable barrier to providing a physical barricade between the traffic and people. The project has multiple wildlife crossings under the parkway as well as a wildlife fence along the side of the road to discourage animals from traveling into traffic lanes. The project also included an overcrossing of the Los Patrones Parkway which was a two-span bridge.
Project of the Year Award, Transportation - American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Los Angeles Section (2019)
Project of the Year Award, Transportation - American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Orange County Branch (2018)