South San Francisco, CA July 6, 2018 Submitted by Leslie Arroyo, Communications Director City of SSF
Please note the continued construction updates and traffic impacts in South San Francisco:
PINEFINO PROJECT (Airport Boulevard @ Baden Avenue)
Sidewalk restoration along Cypress Avenue is scheduled for Saturday, July 7, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. between Baden Avenue and 3rd Lane. Work will impact the parking area directly in front of the project. Work should not impact the flow of traffic along Cypress Avenue. Commuters may experience brief traffic delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes. Please follow all safety personnel directions and posted signage.
Street repairs are scheduled along Baden Avenue and Airport Boulevard on Monday, July 9. A single lane in the westbound direction will be closed along Baden Avenue between Airport Boulevard and Cypress Avenue. Please note there will be a reduction in turning lanes for traffic moving northbound on Airport Boulevard turning left onto Baden Avenue and those turning right moving in the southbound direction turning right onto Baden Avenue. Commuters may experience brief traffic delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes. Please follow all safety personnel directions and posted signage.
ROTARY SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT (310 Miller Avenue)
The sidewalk on Miller Avenue, directly in front of the project site, will remain closed for the duration of construction activity. Construction crews will continue to work on the project daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 pm. Street parking spaces located adjacent to the former City “parking lot 6” are reserved for construction crew parking only.
CADENCE PROJECT (Miller Avenue @ Airport Boulevard)
Throughout the month of July, commuters may experience brief delays daily, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, due to material deliveries to the construction site.
SAN BRUNO CANAL BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
(South Airport Blvd at North Access Road and 380 Freeway on-ramp)
The San Bruno Canal bridge is closed due to the rapidly deteriorating condition of the piles supporting the bridge. Construction to replace the bridge is underway and the new bridge is expected to be open by the end of 2018.
Changeable message signs and detour signs are in place. These traffic control devices will be in operation for the duration of the project. Bike path and emergency access will be maintained but vehicles will be rerouted. Please follow all signage and safety personnel instructions at all times.
Please note that in an effort to help with traffic congestion, especially in the peak afternoon hours, construction traffic flaggers are present Monday through Friday between 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Project Status: The contractor continues installation of a water diverter pipe so work can continue inside the canal. The City apologizes for the inconvenience this work has caused and is working as quickly as possible to address safety concerns; public safety is the number one priority.
Caltrain Electrification and Station Improvement Project
Construction continues along Poletti Way between Grand Avenue and Corporate Drive at the US-101 Northbound off-ramp. Work includes the removal of the sidewalk along Poletti Way. Pedestrians are encouraged to use alternate routes. Vehicle access to Poletti Way will remain open. Please follow all safety personnel instructions and posted signage. To learn more about this project visit the Caltrain website.
East Grand Substation (Gateway Blvd between Mitchell Avenue and E. Grand Avenue)
The contractor will perform a geotechnical investigation along Gateway Boulevard between Mitchell Avenue and E. Grand Avenue on Monday, July 9. Work will be completed in two phases to minimize impacts. Phase 1 will impact a single southbound lane along Gateway Boulevard between 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Phase 2 will impact a single northbound lane along Gateway Boulevard between 12:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Commuters may experience brief traffic delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes. Please follow all safety personnel directions and posted signage.
To stay up to date on construction projects and learn more, visit the City’s website http://construction.ssf.net