Construction

CONSTRUCTION WORK 10/1/20 – 10/31/20 (TENTATIVE)

 

  • Continue ADA Curb Ramp Re-Construction on:
    • Jackson Street at 5th Street and 6th Street
    • This work will occur nightly from 6PM to 3AM
      • A pedestrian and traffic handling plan will be effective during these times.
  • 3” Conduit Installation on the Hegenberger Overcrossing Structure (over the railroad)

  • Boring Operations & Pull Boxes for 3″ Fiber Optic Conduits on:
    • Castro Street from 11th Street to 18th Street
    • 7th Street from Clay Street to Fallon Street
    • 17th Street from Castro Street to Oakland Fire Station No. 1 (Martin Luther King Jr. Way)
    • San Leandro Street and 42nd Street
    • Boring on Davis Street (City of San Leandro)
    • East 12th Street from 19th Street to 14th Street
  • Potholing on:
    • 7th Street from Clay Street to Fallon Street
    • San Leandro Street and 42nd Street
    • East 12th Street from 19th Street to 14th Street
    • Oak Street, Madison Street, and Jackson Street
  • Assembling and Mounting Trail Blazer Signs (TBS) throughout the current construction area
  • Pulling of Fiber Cabling along Segment 1 (Hegenberger Road/98th Avenue/Doolittle Drive/Davis Street)

I880 Corridor Management Project's Construction Map. Please see information above for details on construction details.

Project construction has begun as of Spring 2019. Crews are installing approximately 16 miles of fiber optic lines, 45 wayfinding signs, and 26 cameras as well as upgrading 19 intersection traffic signals and 7 intersection curb ramps throughout critical arterial roadways. These roadways include 5th Street, 6th Street, 7th Street, 8th Street, 12th Street, Brush Street, Castro Street, Jackson Street, International Boulevard (SR-185), San Leandro Boulevard/Street and East 14th Street along with the crossing arterials of 23rd Avenue, 29th Avenue, Fruitvale Avenue, 42nd Avenue (SR-77), High Street, 66th Avenue, Hegenberger Road, 98th Avenue, Doolittle Drive (SR-66), and Davis Street (State Route 112).

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Temporary lane closures
  • Potholing: Digging of small holes to minimize project interference
  • Underground drilling: Drilling to create small horizontal pathways for pipes and conduits
  • Installation of wayfinding signs
  • Installation of various traffic signal components
  • Modifications to existing sidewalks, curbs, and gutters

Regular work hours will be Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm.