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PAST STREET PROJECTS

Just a few of the many street rehabilitation projects completed by the city.
Click links at bottom of page to view more recently completed projects.

COMPLETED PROJECTS

Street Rehabilitation FY 2014 Phase 2 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Wildcat Canyon, Cedar, La Loma, Le Roy, Muir, Menlo, Allston, Milvia, Parker, and Vine) were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were also installed. Measure M, the Streets and Watershed Bond, and Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax, were major sources of funding for this project.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2014 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Grizzly Peak, Ridge, Contra Costa, Fulton, Henry, and Milvia) were overlayed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2013 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including 4th, Cowper, Dwight, Hillside, Potter, Sacramento, and Woolsey) were overlayed or reconstructed. Drainage improvements were installed on 4th Street. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage were installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2012 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including 4th, Adeline, Josephine, Lincoln, Northgate, Park Hills, and Yosemite) were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
Adeline Fourth FY13

Sacramento Street Overlay - Sacramento Street was overlayed from University Avenue to Dwight Way. Sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided from State Proposition 1B Transportation Bond, Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax, and Gas Taxes.
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Sacramento Street Rehabilitation - Sacramento Street was reconstructed from Dwight Way to Ashby Avenue. Sidewalk was repaired, new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed and the in-pavement crosswalk lights at Oregon Street were replaced. Funding was provided by a grant from the Federal Surface Transportation Program and the City's General Fund.
Sacramento Dwight to Ashby 1 Sacramento Dwight to Ashby 2 Sacramento at Oregon - In Pavement Lights

Street Rehabilitation FY 2011 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Bancroft, Claremont Crescent, Dana, Dowling, Marin, Milvia, Oakvale, and Webster) were overlayed or reconstructed. New concrete valley gutters were installed at Bancroft/5th intersection. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage and stanchions were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
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FY11 - Marin FY11 - Milvia

Street Rehabilitation FY 2011 Phase 2 - Ashby Place, Halcyon Court, Hazel and Webster were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. A new traffic island was installed at Ashby Place and Ashby Avenue replacing a guardrail. Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax funds were provided from the City's Traffic Calming budget to build the island.
Ashby Place Traffic Island
   

Street Rehabilitation FY 2010 - 9th, California, Channing, Ellsworth, and Milvia (all bicycle routes) in Berkeley were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. New concrete valley gutters were installed at 9th/Channing intersection. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
FY2010 - Channing FY 2010 - Ellsworth  FY 2010 - 9thFY 2010 Milvia

University Avenue - McGee to Oxford - The pavement on University Avenue from McGee Avenue to Oxford Street was reconstructed/overlayed, sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided by State funds from Proposition 1B Transportation Bond.
University - McGee to Oxford University and Shattuck

Street Rehabilitation FY 2009 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Bateman Street, Bay View Place, Bonita Avenue, Hilgard Avenue, Le Roy Avenue, Mabel Street, Middlefield Road, Rose Street, Scenic Avenue, Spring Way, The Crossways, and Virginia Street) were overlayed or reconstructed.  Storm drain improvements were made at the Mabel/Carrison, Mabel/Haskell, Mabel/67th, and Mabel/66th intersections. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
FY09 Scenic FY09 Virginia
 Mabel Valley Gutters Bay View

University Avenue Paving Phase 3 - The pavement on University Avenue from Sacramento Street to McGee Avenue was reconstructed, sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided by an economic stimulus transportation grant from the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and by State funds from Proposition 1B Transportation Bond.
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University Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation - University Avenue from San Pablo Avenue to Sacramento Street was reconstructed. New video traffic detection was installed at the Sacramento Street intersection and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed. Funding was provided by an economic stimulus transportation grant from the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
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University Avenue Reconstruction - University Avenue from 4th Street to San Pablo Avenue was reconstructed and the overpass leading to/from Interstate 80 was repaved. A new video traffic detection system was installed at the 6th Street intersection. Also included were new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2008 Phase 2 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Channing Way, Harper Street, Haste Street, Overlook Road, Sacramento Street, Shattuck Avenue, Telegraph Avenue, Virginia Street, and Webster Street) were overlayed.  Storm drain improvements were made at Shattuck/Oregon and Shattuck/Russell. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed.
Ada Street Carlotta St  Telegraph Ave

Street Rehabilitation FY 2008 Phase 1 - Deakin Street, Julia Street, and El Camino Real were reconstructed. Included in the project were minor drainage improvements, new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings.
Deakin El Camino Real Julia

Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Overlay - M. L. King, Jr. Way was overlayed from Yolo Avenue to Adeline Street and from Adeline Street to the city limit with Oakland.  Included in the project were minor drainage improvements, new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings and new video traffic detection systems and pedestrian push buttons/kick-plates at Hearst Avenue, Center Street, Allston Way, Dwight Way, Derby Street, and Adeline Street.
1500 block of MLK MLK at Oregon Video Detection at MLK/Adeline

Street Rehabilitation FY 2007 - Dana Street, Gilman Street from I-80 to 3rd Street, Harrison Street, 9th Street, and Parker Street were reconstructed. Gilman Street from 3rd Street to Stannage Avenue, 7th Street, and Hollis Street were overlayed. New valley gutters were installed on Dana Street and Parker Street to improve drainage. Also included in the project were minor drainage improvements on other streets, new curb ramps and new thermoplastic striping/markings.
Gilman Street Parker St  7th St 

Spruce Street Pavement Rehabilitation - Spruce Street from Grizzly Peak Boulevard to Arch Street was reconstructed and new drainage facilities, curb ramps, markings, and signage were installed.  This $2 million project was funded in part by a Federal Surface Transportation Program grant.
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Solano Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation - Solano Avenue from the Albany border at Tulare Avenue to Contra Costa Avenue was reconstructed.  New curb ramps, concrete bus pads, and thermoplastic pavement striping/markings were installed.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2006 Phase 2 - Shattuck Avenue, Oxford Street, Walnut Street, and Vine Street were reconstructed. Also included were drainage improvements, new curb ramps and thermoplastic pavement striping/markings.
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Street Rehabilitation FY 2006 Phase 3 - Carrison Street, 67th Street, 66th Street, and 65th Street were rehabilitated.  Speed humps, new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed.
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Piedmont Avenue Reconstruction - Piedmont Avenue from Dwight Way to Bancroft Way was reconstructed.  Also included were new median island curbs, minor drainage improvements, new curb ramps, and thermoplastic striping/markings.
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South Berkeley Street Reconstruction - Haskell Street, Acton Street, and Prince Street in South Berkeley were reconstructed. Also included were a new valley gutter to improve drainage, new curb ramps, and thermoplastic striping/markings.
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Gilman Street Overlay - Gilman Street from San Pablo Avenue to Hopkins Street was overlayed. Also included were new valley gutters, new curb ramps, pedestrian bulbouts at Northside and Ordway, and thermoplastic striping/markings.
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