From an article in the local paper, The Acorn, back in March 2015, I extracted the following:
In March 2015, groundbreaking occurred for the new Lost Hills Bridge in western Calabasas. When itís completed in 2017, the new Lost Hills bridge will have five traffic lanes, two bike paths and a sidewalk, making the passage across the 101 Freeway safer for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. The Lost Hills interchange is a main access point for drivers traveling to western Calabasas and Malibu. The bridge carries almost 30,000 vehicles each day and is considered too small for the high demand. The project includes the construction of a curving on-ramp in the northeast quadrant of the interchange, and a sound wall and earthen berms to reduce traffic noise for residents of Saratoga, a community immediately north of the freeway and west of Lost Hills Road. Two-thirds of the cost of the $30-million project will be covered by the countyís Measure R transportation bond funds.