City of Menlo Park provides updates about Alpine bike path and Marsh Road/Sand Hill Road resurfacing
Alpine Road Bike Improvement Project
Interstate Paving and Grading Inc. will commence work associated with the Alpine Road Bike Improvement Project on Monday, April 1, 2013. This project will be completed in different phases, beginning with the construction of new concrete curbs and replacement of the existing inlet and storm drain pipe. The work includes removing and replacing existing asphalt areas that have deteriorated and paving the road and adding new bicycle lane striping near City and San Mateo County limits. The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of May. Electronic message boards have been installed to provide updated information as work progresses. It is anticipated that this project will cause extreme delays and advices bicyclists and motorists to share the road or plan to take alternate routes during grinding and paving operations.
2012 Resurfacing of Federal Aid Route Project (Marsh Road and Sand Hill Road)
G. Bortolotto & Co., will commence the paving work associated with the 2012 Resurfacing of Federal Aid Route Project starting Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The project includes removing and replacing the asphalt areas that has deteriorated and paving the roads.
The Marsh Road portion of the project begins east of the Union Pacific Railroad Right-of-Way and extends past the intersection of Marsh Road and Scott Drive. Work along Marsh Road is expected to be completed by the end of April.
The Sand Hill Road portion of the project located between Interstate 280 North off-ramp and 1,100-feet east of the off-ramp is scheduled to be completed at night to minimize traffic impacts. Note that night time temperature conditions need to be above 50 degrees for adequate paving. Currently, night time temperatures are in the low to mid-40’s therefore the pavement for Sand Hill Road is tentatively scheduled for May.