The intersection of Redlands Blvd. and Alabama St. will be widened from all approaches. This will create additional lanes, including two left turn lanes for each direction. Both intersections will receive updated traffic signal controls. Storm Drain improvements are also included within the scope of the project.
Percent Complete as of December 2012: 90%
Project Completion Date: March/April 2013
Mitigate the negative effect and safety conditions of the Top 20 streets identified in the Traffic Calming Study with lane narrowing through striping, installation of flashing beacons, upgrading school signs and crosswalks to current standards.
Start Date for Construction: Summer 2013
Expected Completion Date: Fall 2013
Several streets will receive two types of treatment; 1.5” grind and asphalt overlay or slurry seal resurfacing. Asphalt overlay will be the rubberized asphalt. All necessary striping will be replaced, and implementing traffic calming measures where applicable. Signage and striping for bicycle facilities will be installed where applicable.
The use of rubberized asphalt concrete for this project was subsidized by a Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) Grant in the amount of $248,375.
By utilizing rubberized asphalt concrete for the street resurfacing material, the City has diverted approximately 40,825 passenger tire equivalents from the landfill with this project.
Duration of Construction: 90 Days
Estimated End of Construction: April 2013
The scope of work for this project is to resurface various streets throughout the City. Resurfacing methods include 1.5" grind & asphalt overlay, and crack fill & rubberized slurry seal (type II). Asphalt overlay will be the conventional asphalt. All necessary striping will be replaced. The scope of work also includes removal and replacement of curb & gutter, x-gutter and ramps.
Contract Amount: $565,562.60
Source of Fund: Local Transportation
The scope of work for this project is replacement of over 200 existing street lights with Light-Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures along the following streets:
- Orange Street: from Pearl Street to Citrus Avenue;
- Citrus Avenue: from Redlands Blvd. to Eureka Street;
- State Street: from Redlands Blvd. to Orange Street;
- Redlands Blvd.: from Orange Street to Citrus Avenue;
- Fifth Street: from State Street to Citrus Avenue; and
- Ninth Street: from State Street to Citrus Avenue
Project Public Benefit: This project improves the public roadway illumination. Significant decreases in power consumption and maintenance.
Construction Start Date: November 2012
Expected Completion Date: November 30, 2012
This project consists of repaving various local streets in residential neighborhoods with three different resurfacing systems; ARAM System 1, Type II slurry seal, and grind and overlay. Some sidewalk and gutter repair will occur as well as crosswalk re-striping and pavement lettering.
Warranty Period: February 2013