Community Development DepartmentEngineering

Road Work

SR 84 Widening Cal Trans Project

Cal Trans is currently widening State Route 84 (Isabel Avenue) between Jack London Boulevard to north of Concannon Boulevard.  State Route 84 is being widened from two lanes to six lanes from Jack London Boulevard to Stanley Boulevard, and from two lanes to four lanes between Stanley Boulevard to north of Concannon Boulevard.  Work also entails the widening of the Stanley Connector Road from State Route 84 to Stanley Boulevard, widening of the Arroyo Mocho Bridge, construction of a decorative retaining wall at Stanley Boulevard, Sanitary Sewer relocation, and construction of a Storm Water Sand Filter south of Stanley Boulevard.  Construction for this work is scheduled to be complete by early 2014.

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Project PIO Contact:

Marcus Wagner
Office: (510) 622-8758

Vineyard Ave. Realignment at Vallecitos Road

City Project No. 1996-60

Work has begun on the project to realign East Vineyard Road to a location south of the existing intersection.  The project will straighten Vineyard Avenue, install a traffic signal at Vineyard Vallecitos intersection, and widen portions of Vallecitos Road. Anticipated completion date for the project is December 2013.  

If you need additional information regarding this project, please contact Debbie Salgado, Project Manager, at (925) 960-4558 or via e-mail.

2014 Slurry Seal Project

City Project No. 2014-04

Slurry seal treatment is a cost effective maintenance procedure that extends the life of City streets. Treated streets receive pavement section repairs as needed, typically four to six inches deep, followed by slurry seal treatment consisting of a 1/4-inch to 3/8-inch layer of asphalt material and fine aggregate. The work also includes installation of striping and pavement markings. The 2014 Slurry Seal Project will rehabilitate approximately 9 centerline miles of residential, industrial, collector and arterial streets and selected the City parking lots.  The project will also reconfigure the intersection of Murrieta and Stanley in response to shifting traffic patternsOn July 14, 2014 the Livermore City Council approved a contract with American Asphalt for construction of this project.  Construction started in August 2014 and should be completed by mid-October.  If you need additional information regarding this project, please contact Kevin Duffus, Project Manager at (925) 960-4556 or via e-mail.

2014 Resurfacing Project

City Project No. 2014-01

Street resurfacing (asphalt overlay) consists of a 1½ to 2 inch thick layer of asphalt concrete applied to existing streets that are in need of rehabilitation.  Depending on the condition of the street, various types of treatments may be specified.  Some treatment options include base repairs, surface milling, application of an asphalt concrete leveling course, stabilizing fabric and a final layer of new asphalt.  New striping is then applied to the resurfaced streets.

The 2014 Street Resurfacing Project will resurface approximately 2.8 centerline miles of Livermore Streets.  The project includes the construction of ADA accessible curb ramps and repair of sidewalk, curb, gutter and valley gutter within the limits of the project.  The project also includes reconstruction of Preston Avenue west of Southfront Road.  On September 8, 2014 the Livermore City Council awarded the contract for this project to Top Grade Construction.  Top Grade Construction has their headquarters here in Livermore.  Construction will begin in mid-September and should be complete in mid-November.

If you need additional information regarding this project, please contact Kevin Duffus, Project Manager at (925) 960-4556 or via e-mail.