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On Monday, April 4, the City's contractor, Redwood Engineering, will begin construction our Safe Routes to School Project at several intersections on San Pablo Avenue in Emeryville. Over the next 4-6 weeks, pedestrians can expect to experience construction conditions - such as demolished sidewalks, active construction zones, and temporary detours. The northeast corner of 45th Street and San Pablo Avenue could become especially difficult to traverse during working hours, but will be restored to be passable while the contractor is not working.
Redwood Engineering Construction is scheduled to begin work the week of April 4 on tbe Pedestrian Crossing Safety Improvements Project No. EPW 101-13. The work is located on San Pablo Avenue at 43rd, 45th and 47th Streets. Work will include concrete and asphalt concrete demolition, new concrete curb and side walk, storm drain construction, traffic signal modification, pedestrian beacon construction, signage, pavement delineation and traffic control.
Residents should expect delays of up to 5 minutes when entering the construction area. Work will typically occur from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Access to streets, driveways, parking and other facilities may be affected by construction. Facilities to be temporarily dosed will be posted on barricade signs typically 48 hours in advance of closure. You ·will be notified by door hanger notice of access issues that are specific to your property.
Redwood Engineering Construction is the contractor who will be working on this project. If you have any questions, please contact: Ben Cerney, Project Manager, at (925) 819-2960.
For general questions, please contact the City of Emeryville Public Works Department at 510-596-4330.
'Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.