The Center Street Improvement Project is located along Center Street from Paradise Knolls to Heyer Avenue in Castro Valley. The project is designed to improve pedestrian accessibility and bicycle safety for school children walking to and from Creekside Middle School. The improvements will further establish a livable community with complete streets benefits to roadway users, especially pedestrians and bicyclists.
Phase II of the Phase II of the East 14th Street/Mission Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project extends from 162nd Avenue to the vicinity of I-238. This project will improve multi-modal access, strengthen community identity and revitalize the corridor. Project features include roadway repaving, improved sidewalks, enhanced crosswalks and new bike lanes. Additionally, this project includes specifics streetscape enhancements such as street trees, decorative street furnishings, bike racks and public art.
East Lewelling Boulevard is an arterial road in Ashland, an unincorporated community in the County of Alameda. This project will increase safety and improve multimodal access on East Lewelling Boulevard from Meekland Avenue to Langton Way.
The proposed improvements will enhance the livability of the community and provide substantial improvements to the transportation system whereby users, especially residents in the vicinity of the project area, would benefit. There are two schools within half a mile of the project limits. This project will make alternatives to car travel safer and more comfortable, in turn reducing congestion and improving health and the environment.
The Haviland Avenue Sidewalk Improvement Project includes improvements to sidewalks, curbs and gutters along Haviland Avenue between Blossom Way and Grove Way in the Cherryland Area. Construction is expected to begin this spring with work until Fall 2019.
This project extends the sidewalk improvements installed in 2012-2013 along Haviland Avenue, between Willow Avenue and Grove Way.
The Hesperian Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project, located in the heart of the San Lorenzo community, will enhance traffic safety and further establish a livable community with benefits to motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and the San Lorenzo commercial corridor. Additionally, this project will beautify and revitalize the Hesperian Corridor into an inviting streetscape between the I-880 overcrossing and A Street.
The Santa Maria Avenue Improvements Project will enhance pedestrian and traffic safety to and from the Castro Valley High School. Project features include the construction of concrete sidewalks with curbs, gutters, installation of Class III bicycle routes with Sharrows, construction of enhanced crosswalks with pedestrian ramps, and planting of street trees.