Contractors Begin Paving Mariner Square Drive

City of Alameda &nbsp Contractors with the City of Alameda have begun a pavement reconstructing project on Mariner Square Drive.
City of Alameda &nbsp Contractors with the City of Alameda have begun a pavement reconstructing project on Mariner Square Drive.

Contractors Begin Paving Mariner Square Drive

The City of Alameda began reconstructing the pavement on Mariner Square Drive between Constitution Way and Marina Village Parkway on Dec. 5. According to the city, the project is expected to take two weeks to complete. During construction the city’s contractor will implement a full road closure, 24 hours a day.

Road users will need to use alternate routes to travel through the area or access properties in the immediate area. Detour signs and temporary traffic control will guide motorists through Marina Village Parkway.

During construction, there will be minor increases in noise and dust. The city asks residents and commuters for their patience during the project’s duration. Questions or information about the project should be directed to Trung Nguyen, Public Works Department, at 510-747-7900.

The project is primarily funded by Alameda County Measure BB, Vehicle Registration Fee, and SB 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

This is the second street that will be repaved in Alameda in December. Caltrans announced last month that it will repave and make other improvements to Encinal Avenue between Broadway and Sherman Street (“Caltrans to Repave Encinal Avenue,” Nov. 24; https://alamedasun.com/news/caltrans-repave-encinal-avenue). Unlike the Encinal Avenue repave project, the city will conduct the paving on Mariner Square Drive.