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Friday, January 5, 2018

Update January 5, 2018

Planned paving operations for this week completed a day ahead of schedule.  Railroad utility work continues today.





Thursday, January 4, 2018

Update January 4, 2018


First course paving completed Wednesday.  Final course paving in progress including at Soquel Dr. / Trout Gulch Dr. intersection with long traffic delays expected.

* Please note that road surfaces will be rough until final elevations are completed.  Each day of work may continue to as late as 5 pm.

 

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Update January 2, 2018

Grinding in progress:





Update January 2, 2018

Paving Operations Schedule (Subject to change for actual conditions and weather permitting.)

Tuesday – 7:00 AM start
Start grinding on Aptos St, move to Trout Gulch Rd, then Soquel Dr.  Patch pave may begin today.

Wednesday – Start time TBD, may be as early as 7 am (dependent on temperatures).
Patch pave and first course paving if weather allows as forecast updated with 80% chance of rain / thunderstorms.

* Please note that road surfaces will be rough until final elevations are completed and there may be delays to the motoring public of up to 20 minutes during operations. Each day of work may continue to as late as 5 pm. 

Friday, December 29, 2017

Update December 29, 2017


Paving Operations Schedule (Subject to change for actual conditions and weather permitting.)

Tuesday – 7:00 AM start
Start grinding on Aptos St, move to Trout Gulch Rd, then Soquel Dr.

Wednesday – Start time TBD, may be as early as 7 am (dependent on temperatures).
First paving course on Trout Gulch Rd then to Aptos St.
Second course on Trout Gulch Rd then to Aptos St.
Patch pave Soquel Dr north side.

Thursday – Start time TBD, may be as early as 7 am (dependent on temperatures).
First paving course on Soquel Dr and remaining initial course on Trout Gulch Rd if needed.
Finish paving Aptos Street.
Second course on Soquel Dr.

Friday – Start time TBD, may be as early as 7 am (dependent on temperatures).
Finish paving Trout Gulch Rd and Soquel Dr.

* Please note that road surfaces will be rough until final elevations are completed and there may be delays to the motoring public of up to 20 minutes during operations.  Each day of work may continue to as late as 5 pm.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Update December 27, 2017

Public Works staff has been working with John Madonna Construction(JMC) to complete as much work as possible and have the following information to share:

Contractor anticipates starting grinding and paving operations on Tuesday, January 2nd and hopes to be completed by Friday, January 5th, but may need Monday, January 8th to complete all paving operations.  During this time, because of the colder mornings, construction hours may exceed normal workday hours into the evenings.  This may cause delays in the area which extend into the evenings, but is necessary to ensure a good final paving product.

On Tuesday, January 9th, JMC will begin raising utilities to the new pavement elevations, followed by installation of traffic detection loops, and then striping at which time the traffic signal should be operational as long as it doesn’t complicate the traffic patterns with the road restoration work ongoing on Valencia and Soquel.  JMC intends to be have all work including clean-up items completed by the 19th.

One corner at Valencia Street, by the dentist’s office, will remain incomplete until PG&E relocates an in-ground vault and light standard.  We are anticipating that this work may be completed around March of 2018.

Any questions regarding this update should be directed to Carisa Duran at (831)454-3955