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UPDATE: Two Major Bike and Pedestrian Projects Get Underway
Posted Date: 6/23/2014 2:00 PM

Camino Alto B&P Project 

Two major pedestrian and bicycle improvement projects will be in full swing for summer construction starting Monday, June 23. The Sycamore Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project will begin its second construction phase, and the Camino Alto, Miller Avenue/Almonte Boulevard Improvement Project will begin phase one of construction.
 
Both projects will be in construction throughout the summer, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm until mid-September. During construction, the work crews will close the sidewalk on the south side of Sycamore Avenue and the sidewalk on the east side of Camino Alto between Miller Avenue and Sycamore Avenue. Work crews will provide temporary, accessible paths in these locations. Construction will not affect emergency vehicles at any time. Residents and visitors should expect traffic delays and periods of increased traffic for the duration of the project. Traffic control operators and traffic control signage will be available to direct traffic flow.

  • For further news on the projects, please click here to review the City News item posted April 15.
  • For further information on the Sycamore Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project, visit the project’s webpage by clicking here.
  • For further information on the Camino Alto, Miller Avenue/Almonte Boulevard Improvement Project, visit the project’s webpage by clicking here.

We appreciate your patience while we work on these two important and highly anticipated pedestrian and bicycle improvement projects. If you have any questions or require specific assistance, please contact the construction manager:

Sycamore Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Project: Contact Dane Rodgers on the project phone line at (415) 489-2136.
Camino Alto, Miller Avenue/Almonte Boulevard Project: Contact Justin Seufert on the project phone line at (415) 306-6456.