HEARST REPAVING PROJECT
Public Meeting 12/03/2018
North Berkeley Senior Center
Hearst Avenue is a busy collector street for people headed to and from the north side of campus, as well as circulating around downtown. This project
includes improvements to pavement condition as well as Complete Streets safety treatments for all users, including people walking, bicycling, and driving. The project will improve approximately 650 linear feet of pavement from Milvia Street to Shattuck Avenue, and close a gap in the city’s low-stress bikeway network.
• Jan/Feb 2019: Project will be advertised for bid
• Summer 2019: Construction to begin
• Fall 2019: Projected completion
Transportation Division staff will provide a brief presentation about the project at 6:00pm on Monday, December 3rd at the North Berkeley Senior Center (1901 Hearst Ave), and be available to address questions or concerns afterward.
About Measure T1: www.cityofberkeley.info/MeasureT1
• One general travel lane in each direction (no change).
• Bicycle lane between the curb and the parking lane
In November 2016 Berkeley voters passed Measure T1 with 86.5% approval. This measure authorizes the City to sell $100 million of General Obligation Bonds to repair, renovate, replace, or reconstruct the City’s sidewalks, storm drains, parks, streets, senior and recreation centers, and other important City facilities and buildings.
For more information on Measure T1, visit www.cityofberkeley.info/MeasureT1
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