The Pavement Rehabilitation Project is a reconstruction project to improve the pavements of existing City roadways. Depending on the location, the reconstruction work includes a combination of spot repairs to severely damaged pavement or asphalt overlays to the entire roadway.
A total of 13 street segments are planned to receive this work.
Two-week and three-day advance notifications will be provided to affected properties. Advance warning signs will be posted to alert motorists of scheduled pavement work. Lane closures are anticipated during construction.
Funding for the project includes revenue from State Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. The project is also funded by voter-approved funding from Measure B, Measure BB, and the Vehicle Registration Fee (VRF). The Alameda County Transportation Commission allocates these funds to local agencies for use on various transportation improvement projects including this one.