Friday, March 13, 2015

Overnight Work Continues for I-680/Mission Blvd. Interchange thru Sunday, March 22

Overnight Work Continues for I-680/Mission Blvd. Interchange thru Sunday, March 22

The contractor continues to make progress on the relocation and seismic improvements of Alameda County Water District (ACWD) drinking water pipelines as part of the seismic improvement program to ensure water continues to flow to Fremont taps after a seismic event. The pipeline work is nearly complete.

Beginning on Wednesday, March 18 from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m., the contractor will require overnight on-ramp closures to the northbound on-ramp of I-680 at Mission Blvd. These closures are needed to install the final section of ACWD pipeline, demolish the temporary on-ramp and restore the road alignment it to its original condition. After this work is completed, the on-ramp will follow the same alignment as before the contractor began work to the SFPUC pipelines.

Approved Work Hours/Road Closure Hours:
  • Estimated Work Dates: Wednesday, March 18, midnight to 5 a.m. (Tuesday night to Wednesday morning) for up to five consecutive nights (until Sunday, March 22 at 5 a.m.)
  • On-ramp closure hours: nightly from midnight to 5 a.m.

To alleviate traffic-related concerns during major commute hours, this phased on-ramp work requires up to four nights of consecutive overnight work.

Restoration Work Continues:
Restoration in the clover leaf will begin shortly after this work is completed. Some on and off-ramp improvements as well as sidewalk improvements have already been made as a result of this project.

Final completion of this project is anticipated for May 2015.

For more information or questions about our progress, please call our 24-hour answering service at 866-973-1476.


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