Vineyard Road: Pre-Existing Conditions
Vineyard Road Improvements (CIP 15-017)
This project will consist of comprehensive pavement rehabilitation (Cold In-Place Recycling is being considered) of the existing roadway with localized dig-outs and patched as needed; inclusion of Class II and Class III bicycle facilities through the project limits where feasible based on pavement width; replacement of any damaged existing curbs and gutters; upgrade ADA curb ramps and accessibility features as mandated; replacement of pavement striping and markings; and relocate and/or install new traffic signs.
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The project limits extend from Wilson Avenue at the eastern terminus of Vineyard Road, to Sutro Avenue at the western terminus for a total length of approximately 1.118 miles.
The primary focus of this project is to repair/repave roadway surface to enhance vehicular and bicyclist safety. Additional improvements include upgrading ADA facilities as mandated by current guidelines and repairs to existing pedestrian infrastructure.
Project is currently in the design phase. On May 10, 2017 Caltrans approved environmental documents (NEPA). Construction is anticipated for Spring/Summer 2018.
Total funding is $1,055,757. $750,000 is federal Surface Transportation Program Block Grant (STP) funding, and $305,757 is a local funding match required by the STP program.
|Project Manager||Public Works Department|
|Petr Skala, Assistant Engineer||415.899.8246|