Broadway Avenue is getting over $7 million in street improvements. This will result in wider sidewalks, new bicycle lanes, bulb-outs for safer pedestrian crossing, a signal light at Alhambra, and one less traffic lane in each direction. Broadway on-street parking will remain available. Traffic is expected to flow smoother due to the signal light. Construction began with tree work in January 2017 and completion is anticipated late Spring 2018.
The project started at the Fremont end of Broadway, moving towards Del Monte. Broadway is now a one-way street (temporarily) through the end of the project. Traffic will move from Fremont West toward Del Monte during the current phase of construction. This allows for parking on one lane Please be patient during the project and drive carefully. Construction is expected to be complete late Spring 2018.
COMPLETED Week of October 23.
MPE prepared subgrade for
sidewalk and curb and gutter east of Calaveras Street. In addition, a manhole at the Hillsdale intersection was lowered and modified to allow for construction of an additional drainage “v-gutter” across Hillsdale to capture storm water before the intersection with West Broadway. The
concrete subcontractor, Aparicio Concrete placed forms for curb and gutter
between Hillsdale and Calaveras Streets. In addition, concrete curb and gutter was poured from the west end of
the project to midway between Hillsdale and Alhambra Streets, for a total of 69
cubic yards. The work also included pouring the “v-gutter” and two drainage
spandrels at Hillsdale St.
Next Week’s Schedule (week of October 30):
Aparicio Concrete, will pour
concrete curb and gutter, between Hillsdale and Alhambra Streets, and weather
permitting, will pour east of Alhambra St. In addition, Aparicio Concrete will place the curb and gutter forms from
Alhambra to Calaveras Streets. MPE will
complete the subgrade for the east end of the project, from the City Center
toward Fremont Blvd. The electrical
subcontractor, Darrel Varni Electric, will be onsite to construct streetlight
foundations at the east end of the project.
ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION TEAM
Monterey Peninsula Engineering (MPE)
was awarded the construction contract on March 2, 2017 to construct the West
Broadway Urban Village Infrastructure Improvements Project. MNS Engineers (MNS) was retained to perform
construction management services for the City overseeing the contractor’s daily
operations and management of the project. MNS staff includes a survey crew, resident engineer, construction
inspector, material testing, and environmental biologist. MNS employs a full time construction
inspector for the project who is onsite daily. Surveying crew and material testing is provided as needed.
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