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Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project

Project Description:

The City of San Mateo Safe Routes to School Program’s (SR2S) main purpose is to increase the proportion of students walking or biking to school.

The project consists of the construction of pedestrian infrastructure improvements within a 1/2-mile radius of 12 elementary and middle schools in the City. Planned improvements include:

    -  New ADA-compliant curb ramps
-  Crosswalk realignment and enhancement
    -  Curb extensions (bulb-outs)
    -  Raised concrete median refuge islands
    -  Sign installation
    -  Sidewalk widening from approximately 4’ to 8’
    -  Sidewalk repair

Project Area:

George Hall Elementary School
    -  San Miguel Way/Meadow Court

Fiesta Gardens International School
    -  Ginnever Street/Bermuda Drive; 19th Avenue

Abbott Middle School
    -  Hillsdale Boulevard/Fernwood Street, Fernwood Street/36th Avenue, Southwood Avenue/36th Avenue, Kenwood Avenue/36th Avenue, Alameda De Las Pulgas/36th Avenue

Bayside STEM Academy
    -  Kehoe Avenue/Van Buren Street

Horrall Elementary
    -  Cottage Grove/Oceanview Avenue, Shoreview Avenue/Dale Avenue

Parkside Elementary
    -  Eisenhower Street/Wellesey Avenue, South Norfolk Street/Halsey Avenue

Sunnybrae Elementary
    -  South Delaware Street/10th Avenue, West Grant Place

Beresford Elementary
    -  28th Avenue/Juniper Street

Meadow Heights
    -  Sequoia Avenue/Dolores Avenue, Parkside Way, 28th Avenue/Mason Lane, 28th Avenue/Parkview Way

Borel Middle School
    -  Barneson Avenue/Quince Street

Park Elementary
    -  West Bellevue Avenue

Baywood Elementary
    -  Alameda De Las Pulgas/Kentucky Avenue, Alameda De Las Pulgas/Woodland Drive, Alameda De Las Pulgas/Aragon Boulevard

Construction Impacts:   Work hours will be from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. During construction roadway and sidewalk closures will occur. Resultant impacts may include:

    -  Inaccessible driveways and curbside parking within construction zone
    -  Traffic delay
    -  Traffic detour
    -  Pedestrian detour

The City will work with the Contractor to minimize the impacts as much as possible. Construction is expected to last approximately 6 months due to the numerous locations spread throughout the City.

Project Status: Construction award is anticipated for May 2017, with construction starting in June 2017.

Project Manager: Elton Yee, Assistant Engineer
Phone: (650) 522-7320

San Mateo City Hall – 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403

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