The 2017 Pavement Rehabilitation Project is a reconstruction project to improve the pavement condition of existing City roadways. The reconstruction work involves one or more treatments including base repairs to localized areas of severely distressed pavements and asphalt overlays to the entire width and length of select roadways. The project includes a total of 32 street segments that will receive pavement rehabilitation. Also included is the installation of new speed lumps on 29 other street segments.
The construction of this project is scheduled for the summer of 2017. Advance warning signs will be posted to alert motorists of scheduled pavement work. Lane closures are anticipated during construction.
This project is made possible 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.
Questions or comments about the project can be emailed to the Engineering Division or by calling (510) 494-4700