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SAN LEANDRO STARTS NEARLY $14 MILLION OF STREET REHABILITATION WORK – FALL 2018





The Mayor and City Council are proud to announce the start of construction on nearly $14 million of street rehabilitation work, the largest investment in reconstruction of San Leandro streets in decades.  The upcoming street projects will rehabilitate over 27 lane miles on 78 street segments and update 143 accessible sidewalk ramps throughout the city.

"Our residents support for Measure BB and the City Council strategy of "Fix it First" is now about to be rewarded with an unprecedented increase rehabilitation work that will slow the deterioration we have seen in our City's most extensive resource" noted Mayor Cutter.

The majority of these project funds are from Measure BB, approved by Alameda County voters in 2014.  Additionally the City has moved quickly to put funds to work from state Senate Bill 1, (SB1) signed into law by Governor Brown in April 2017.  Funded by a 12 cents per gallon increase in the base state excise tax on gasoline, SB1 funds are repairing and rehabilitating  San Leandro's streets and roads with a first-in-a-generation infusion of funds to restore, renew and repave the local roadways throughout the Golden State.



 

 Annual Street Overlay/Rehabilitation 2017-18 ($12M)

Engineering and Transportation staff rate and track the pavement condition, which is called the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), of every street in San Leandro. Streets in poor condition, with a PCI of 25 and above, can be repaired by milling or grinding off the top layer of pavement and installing three to four inches of new pavement.  A mill and fill or overlay project such as this is more expensive than a cape seal but cheaper than replacement of the street section.

Streets that have reached the end of their useful life must be replaced.  Cement is typically mixed into the soils below the road, after which a new pavement section is installed. This is the most expensive type of street rehabilitation work that we perform.

For a map and list of streets scheduled for rehabilitation during this project, visit the Overlay/Rehabilitation 2017-18 Street List.  

Without this project, the average condition of the City's streets will decline.  Streets that can be maintained at a moderate cost now will degrade to the point that more expensive repair is needed. Curb ramps along these streets segments will be upgraded to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards in advance of the planned paving activities.

This project is scheduled to be in construction in Fall 2018. This project will rehabilitate a total of 13.1 lane miles of roadway. 

This project was made possible with General Funds, SB 1 Gas Tax, a CalRecycle grant, Measure B and Measure BB funds. Measure B and Measure BB funds are administered by Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC).         

                                                                                         

Project Manager: Mark Goralka
  510-577-3329  
mgoralka@sanleandro.org

 

   

 Annual Street Overlay / Rehabilitation 2018-19 ($8M)

Engineering and Transportation staff rate and track the pavement condition, which is called the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), of every street in San Leandro.  Streets in poor condition, with a PCI of 25 and above, can be repaired by milling or grinding off the tip layer of pavement and install threet to four inches of new pavement.  A mill and fill or overlay project such as this is more expensive than a cape seal but cheaper than replacement of the street section.

Streets that have reached the end of their useful life must be replaced.  Cement is typically mixed into the soils below the road, after which a new pavement section is installed.  This is the most expensive type of street rehabilitation work that staff performs. 

For a map and list of street scheduled for rehabilitation during this project, visit the Overlay / Rehabilitation 2018-19 Street List.

Without this project, the average condition of the City's streets will decline.  Streets that can be maintained at a moderate cost now will degrade to the point that more expensive repair is needed.  Curb ramps along these streets segments will be upgraded to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards in advance of the planned paving activities.

This project is scheduled to be in construction in Fall 2019.  This project will rehabilitate a total of 10.63 lanes miles of roadway.

This project was made possible with General Funds, SB1 Gas Tax, a CalRecycle grant, Measure B and Measure BB funds.  Measure B and Measure BB funds are administered by Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC).

 


   Annual Street Sealing 2017-18 ($2.3M)

San Leandro City streets are organized into four asphalt concrete (AC) maintenance areas.  This 2018 project will apply preventative surface maintenance treatments to a number of streets in eastern quadrant of the City. Streets in the subject quadrant are evaluated on their condition and selected for the appropriate surface treatment.  Treatments include slurry seal, asphalt rubber chip cape seal or micro-surfacing. The project will also upgrade and install curb ramps compliant to current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. 

The project is in design phase and construction will be complete in summer 2018.  This project will rehabilitate a total of 13.8 lane miles of roadway. 

This project was made possible with General Funds, SB 1 Gas Tax, a CalRecycle grant, Measure B and Measure BB funds. Measure B and Measure BB funds are administered by Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC).

Information regarding this and other regional Measure B funded projects can be found at the Alameda CTC's website.  
  

                                                             

Project Manager: John O'Driscoll   510-577-3494   jodriscoll@sanleandro.org

 

 

Annual Street Overlay Rehabilitation 16-17 Phase II ($3.1M)

Engineering and Transportation staff rate and track the pavement condition, which is called the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), of every street in San Leandro. Streets in poor condition, with a PCI of 25 and above, can be repaired by milling or grinding off the top layer of pavement and installing three to four inches of new pavement.  A mill and fill or overlay project such as this is more expensive than a cape seal but cheaper than replacement of the street section.

Streets that have reached the end of their useful life must be replaced.  Cement is typically mixed into the soils below the road, after which a new pavement section is installed. This is the most expensive type of street rehabilitation work that we perform. Without this project, the average condition of the City's streets will decline.  Streets that can be maintained at a moderate cost now will degrade to the point that more expensive repair is needed. Curb ramps along these streets segments will be upgraded to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards in advance of the planned paving activities. For a map and list of streets scheduled for rehabilitation during this project, click Annual Overlay/Rehabilitation 16-17 List of Streets.

For phase II of this year’s project, construction is scheduled to start in fall 2018 on selected streets throughout the City.  This project will rehabilitate a total of 5.2 lane miles of roadway. 

This project was made possible with General Funds, SB 1 Gas Tax, a CalRecycle grant, Measure B and Measure BB funds. Measure B and Measure BB funds are administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC).  

Information regarding this and other regional Measure B funded projects can be found at the Alameda CTC's website.

Project Manager: Austine Osakwe 510-577-3486  aosakwe@sanleandro.org

 

 

 

Annual Street Overlay/Rehabilitation 2016-17 Phase I ($3.048M)

Engineering and Transportation staff rate and track the pavement condition, which is called the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), of every street in San Leandro. Streets in poor condition, with a PCI of 25 and above, can be repaired by milling or grinding off the top layer of pavement and installing three to four inches of new pavement.  A mill and fill or overlay project such as this is more expensive than a cape seal but cheaper than replacement of the street section.

Streets that have reached the end of their useful life must be replaced.  Cement is typically mixed into the soils below the road, after which a new pavement section is installed. This is the most expensive type of street rehabilitation work that we perform. Without this project, the average condition of the City's streets will decline.  Streets that can be maintained at a moderate cost now will degrade to the point that more expensive repair is needed. Curb ramps along these streets segments will be upgraded to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards in advance of the planned paving activities. For a map and list of streets scheduled for rehabilitation during this project, click Annual Overlay/Rehabilitation 16-17 List of Streets.

For this year’s project, construction is currently underway to complete preventative maintenance paving improvements on selected streets throughout the City. This project will rehabilitate a total of 3.8 lane miles of roadway. 

A striping plan for the intersection of San Leandro Blvd. and Best Ave. (shown in the above drawing) is an interim solution to calm traffic and provide orderly turning movements at the intersection.   After implementation of this interim improvement plan, the Engineering & Transportation Department will continue to explore more efficient and safe mitigation plans for this location. 

This project was made possible with General Funds, SB 1 Gas Tax, a CalRecycle grant, Measure B and Measure BB funds. Measure B and Measure BB funds are administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC).  

Information regarding this and other regional Measure B funded projects can be found at the Alameda CTC's website.


 

 

ProjectManager:
Austine Osakwe
510-577-3486  aosakwe@sanleandro.org

 

 


Pedestrian Crossing Improvements 2016-17 Phase 1 ($655k)
 

In response to requests for new marked crosswalks or enhancements to existing marked crosswalks, in mid-2017 staff evaluated in crosswalk requests at twenty-four locations.  Locations were scored using criteria developed to reflect the relative merit for safety        
  improvements at a pedestrian crossing.

 These criteria include factors suck as traffic from schools, vehicle traffic, vehicle speeds, pedestrian activity and and other considerations which all play a role in the merit for additional improvements at a crossing location.  Recommendations from the Federal Highway Administration's best practices were also applied.  More information about those recommendations can be found by visiting fhwa.gov.  

 The 4 locations selected for this project are Teagarden St at Lincoln High  School, Bancroft Ave. and Dowling Blvd, Estudillo Ave., Collier Dr. and   Bermuda Ave.

  

Pedestrian crossing improvements are anticipated to being in Fall 2018.
This project will be funded using City General Funds.

Project Manager:Nicole Castelino   510-577-3429   ncastelino@sanleandro.org



Pedestrian Crossing Improvements 2016-17 - Phase 2 ($340k)



In response to requests for request for new marked crosswalks or enhancements to existing marked crosswalks, in mid-2017 staff evaluated in crosswalk requests at twenty-four locations.  Locations were scored using criteria developed to reflect the relative merit for safety improvements at a pedestrian crossing.  

These criteria include factors such as traffic from schools, vehicle traffic, vehicle speeds, pedestrian activity and other considerations which all play a role in the merit for additional improvements at a crossing location.  Recommendations from the Federal Highway Administration's best practices were also applied.  more information about those recommendation can be found by visiting fhwa.gov.  

At the location of Burkhart Ave. and Wicks Blvd., a HAWK signal has been selected due to the proximity to senior housing, the local bus route, and posted speed limit of the main street. 

Construction is expected to being in Winter 2018.

Project Manager:Nicole Castelino   510-577-3429   ncastelino@sanleandro.org

 

 

Police Building and South Offices Modifications (Design Phase) ($9.4M)

A conceptual plan was completed in 2014 by Indigo / Hammond & Playle Architects of Davis, CA to expand the San Leandro Police Department into the adjacent South Offices Building. This expansion will help alleviate the overcrowding in the existing Public Safety Building.  The concept also included the expansion of the dispatch center to accommodate more computer-aided dispatch stations.

In 2016, Indigo / Hammond & Playle Architects was once again retained by the City to prepare construction-ready documents for this expansion, and they completed the plans and specifications in summer 2018.

The construction phase will start in early 2019 and will last an estimated 15 months.

Project funding for this design phase is from the City’s General Fund and 2018-19 CIP bond proceeds.


 

 

Project Manager: Kyle Lei 510-577-3302 klei@sanleandro.org

 

 

Bancroft/Sybil Signal Improvements ($600k)

 

Bancroft/Sybil Signal Improvements ($600k)

 

Bancroft/Sybil Signal Improvements ($600k)