South San Francisco, CA March 21, 2016 from City of South San Francisco
Beginning as early as Monday, March 28th, traffic will be affected on S. Spruce Avenue. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC) Regional Groundwater Storage & Recovery Project will begin installing a new pipeline along S. Spruce Avenue between Huntington Avenue and the Centennial Way Trail in South San Francisco.
During pipeline construction, one eastbound lane will remain open to traffic from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday, March 28th through Friday, April 15th*. All eastbound lanes on S. Spruce Avenue will reopen at the end of each work day.
Flaggers will be at the intersection of Huntington Avenue and S. Spruce Avenue to guide traffic during construction.
During lane closures, access to businesses and homes will be maintained at all times.
*Construction activities are anticipated to last for approximately two weeks.
The SFPUC will install an eight-inch diameter pipeline along S. Spruce Avenue.
Once the Project is complete, it will connect our regional water customers with a new water supply that can be used during a drought or other emergency.
Please review the map above for the approximate location of the area(s) impacted.