• “A” Avenue Green Street - The City of National applied for and received a $2.5 million environmental grant to convert “A” Avenue into a “green” street that treats urban storm water runoff and provides a safe, aesthetically pleasing walking environment for National City residents and guests. The project implemented Low-Impact Development (LID) infiltration measures along portions of “A” Avenue between […]
  • “D” Avenue Traffic Calming Roundabout & War Memorial - The City of National applied for and received two grants to construct a traffic calming roundabout in response to requests from residents to enhance safety at the intersection of “D” Avenue & E. 12th Street in National City, CA. Speeding and accidents were the primary concerns. The “D” Avenue corridor through this intersection serves as […]
  • Armorlite Drive Enhancements (Finalist) - Improvements to Armorlite Drive to become a multi-model complete street. The improvements consist of enhanced walkways, bike racks, street furnishings, tree wells, parking, pedestrian lighting, bioswales for storm water treatment, and a Class 1 bike path on the north side of the street. Traffic calming measures consist of reduced travel lane widths, on-street parking, median, […]
  • Avenue M / Quartz Hill Road – Pavement Rehabilitation - The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works in cooperation with the City of Lancaster completed a pavement rehabilitation project on a 6 mile stretch of Avenue M / Quartz Hill Road from 60th Street West to the Antelope Valley Freeway in October 2015. Several sections along this roadway were continuously generating potholes and […]
  • Bear Valley Parkway North Widening Improvements - The completion of this regionally significant project provides a much needed improved access to State Route 78 and Interstate 15 for residents and businesses in north county San Diego. Improving Bear Valley Parkway is an important step in the sustained economic growth for the community. Residents and businesses are now able to move faster and […]
  • Bob Hope Drive Corridor Improvements - The City of Rancho Mirage reduced congestion on three arterial streets this year by widening two of its most heavily traveled intersections to build-out capacity. The Bob Hope Drive and Gerald Ford Drive Street Improvements project was completed in April 2016 and the Bob Hope Drive and Frank Sinatra Drive Street Improvements project was completed […]
  • Canal Road Sidewalk and Bike Lane Project - The Canal Road Sidewalk and Bike Lane Project is a Safe Route to School Project that closed a critical sidewalk gap and provided dedicated bicycle facilities adjacent to Bel Air Elementary School in Bay Point. This project installed 3,650 feet of sidewalk, widened the roadway to provide a Class II bike lane on both sides […]
  • City of Modesto Slurry Seal Program - In May of 2016, the City of Modesto Streets Division implemented a slurry seal preventative maintenance program. Our goal was to complete 40 lane miles in our first season. After a successful season, we exceeded our goal by completing 76.8 lane miles of residential street slurry seal. This preservation program which adds to the lifespan […]
  • City of Orinda Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Beginning in 2012 with passage of a half-cent sales tax measure, the City of Orinda embarked on a ten year road repair plan to improve the very poor condition of its road network. Previously the City had multiple failed road bond measures and was reduced to performing maintenance only on arterial and collector roads due […]
  • City of Palo Alto Street Maintenance Program - The City of Palo Alto’s 199 mile street network includes 131 miles of residential streets, 37 miles of collector streets and 31 miles of arterial streets. By 2010, Palo Alto’s average rating for streets was 73 and the Council appointed Infrastructure Blue Ribbon Commission (IBRC) determined that nearly 20% of Palo Alto’s streets were rated […]
  • City of San Jose 2015 Arterial Resurfacing Project - The City of San Jose, Department of Transportation is responsible for pavement maintenance of the city’s network of 4,313 lane miles of streets. DOT plans, designs, procures, and delivers pavement projects annually throughout the City. The 2015 Arterial resurfacing project included fourteen major streets within the City of San Jose for a total of 28 […]
  • City of San Jose 2015 Arterial Resurfacing Project-II - The City of San Jose, Department of Transportation is responsible for pavement maintenance of the city’s network of 4,313 lane miles of streets. DOT plans, designs, procures, and delivers pavement projects annually throughout the City. The 2015 Arterial resurfacing project included fourteen major streets within the City of San Jose for a total of 28 […]
  • City of Santa Barbara Bridge Projects - The City is wrapping up construction of two critical bridge replacement projects in the Waterfront area of Santa Barbara. The two projects are the Cabrillo Boulevard Bridge Replacement Project and the Mason Street Bridge Replacement Project. The bridges are both over Mission Creek. The old Cabrillo Bridge was over a 100 years old and on […]
  • Citywide Residential and Local Streets Improvements Project - The City maintained & rehabilitated approx. 55 citywide residential & local streets totaling approx. 1.7 million square feet of an area costing approx. $2.2M. This project involved extensive public outreach & coordination with the residents to ensure the roadways remained open & had the least impact to the community. The project utilized Rubberized Asphalt Concrete […]
  • Colorado Esplanade Project - The Colorado Esplanade Project is a multi-modal circulation infrastructure and streetscape project located between the Downtown Santa Monica Metro station terminus for the Expo Light Rail Line and the Santa Monica Pier. Once a car-centric, two-way street, Colorado Avenue, from 4th Street to Ocean Avenue, was transformed into an active, multimodal travel corridor that accommodates […]
  • Commerce Metrolink Station Safety, Beautification and ADA Improvements Project - The Metrolink Orange Line train service travels through San Diego, Orange, & LA Counties with a final stop at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles. The line travels through 14 stations across approx. 87 miles & stops at the 26th Street Station in Commerce. Improving the Commerce Metrolink Station has been a high priority project […]
  • Desert View Drive Road Slope Repair and Restoration - San Diego initiated the Desert View Drive Road Slope and Restoration project March 16, 2015 after observed movement on the active Rose Canyon Fault in the geologically and environmentally sensitive La Jolla area below Desert View Drive. A declaration of emergency was made due to El Niño concerns and the over 50-foot deep saturated canyon […]
  • Desert View Drive Slope Repair and Restoration Project - San Diego initiated the Desert View Drive Slope Repair and Restoration in March, 2015 after observed movement on the active Rose Canyon Fault in the geologically and environmentally sensitive La Jolla area below Desert View Drive. A declaration of emergency was made due to El Niño concerns and the over 50-foot deep saturated canyon below […]
  • Desert View Drive Slope Repair and Road Restoration - San Diego initiated the Desert View Drive Storm Drain project March 16, 2015 after observed movement on the active Rose Canyon Fault in the geologically and environmentally sensitive La Jolla area below Desert View Drive. A declaration of emergency was made due to El Niño concerns and the over 50-foot deep saturated canyon below the […]
  • Desert View Drive Storm Drain Replacement - The Desert View Drive is the only access street to this local community in La Jolla. The closure of the street will result in a hardship foe the residents along both sides of the street. The Desert View Drive Storm Drain Project was after observed movement on the geologically active Rose Canyon Fault in a […]
  • Detroit Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Project - The Detroit Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Project, between Clayton Road and Monument Boulevard, included pavement rehabilitation, closed sidewalk gaps, repaired sidewalks, provided curb extensions, curb ramps and crosswalk enhancements at intersections, and installed Class II and Class II bikeways. The project was the product of a community-driven process, led by community partners including Monument […]
  • Donlon Road Realignment (Finalist) - After 30 years of traffic headaches and accidents for commuters and residents, the new Donlon Road realignment has made it much safer and quicker to get in and out of the historic Somis neighborhood and to commute on State Route 118.  After many years of planning and design, the new Donlon Road opened in March […]
  • Dunlap Acres Revitalization Program - Incorporated in November 1989, the City of Yucaipa’s recently adopted first full 20-Year General Plan Update describes Dunlap Acres as having “a rich history dating back to the Serrano Indians and the later settlers who ranged in the area. The area extends south of Yucaipa Boulevard and west of Oak Glen Road. Due to a […]
  • East Campbell Avenue Portals Project (Finalist) - In Campbell, the East Campbell Avenue Portals Project transformed East Campbell Avenue under the Highway 17 overcrossing from a dark, uncomfortable pathway with narrow sidewalks and bike lanes to a welcoming multimodal facility with widened bicycle lanes and separated pedestrian portals on both sides of Campbell Avenue. The project removed curtain abutment walls and installed […]
  • East Fork Road over North Fork San Gabriel River Bridge Retrofit (Finalist) - The East Fork Road Bridge over North Fork San Gabriel River is a 642-feet long, steel truss bridge built in 1949. It is located in the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument just north of the City of Azusa and provides access to L.A. County firefighting facilities and recreational amenities such as the East Fork Trail […]
  • El Segundo Boulevard Rehabilitation Project - The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works continues its commitment to preserving and improving the quality of the road system in a cost effective and environmentally responsible way by utilizing the three prong sustainable approach. The approach incorporates principles that (1) maintain roads that are in good condition, first; (2) use recycled materials; and […]
  • Fremont Avenue Bridge Replacement - Project Name: Fremont Avenue Bridge Replacement Location (if applicable): Fremont Avenue at Permanente Creek City or County Responsible for Project: City of Los Altos Category: Efficient and Sustainable Road and Bridge Preservation, Maintenance and Construction and Reconstruction Projects Contact Information Submitted by: Chris Lamm Title: Engineering Services Manager Organization: City of Los Altos Address: 1 […]
  • Gilman Springs Road Safety Improvement Project (Phase 3) - The County of Riverside Transportation Department (County) is committed to improving the roadway system along the Gilman Springs Road Corridor to enhance safety and bring the infrastructure up to current standards. The improvements along this corridor are being completed in a series of five (5) phases. Phasing out the project has allowed the County to […]
  • Golf Club Road Bridge Replacement - The Golf Club Road Bridge Replacement Project was completed by the City of Pleasant Hill as a community enhancement to an area of the City that is experiencing redevelopment. The project replaced an old structurally deficient bridge with a wider, safer and more aesthetic bridge over a major creek. The project included adding bike lanes, […]
  • Hayward $19 Million FY 2016 – Pavement Maintenance & Rehabilitation Project (Finalist) - PROJECT: Hayward $19 Million FY 2016 – Pavement Maintenance & Rehabilitation Project GOAL: Sustainability The City of Hayward Department of Public Works has been implementing sustainable pavement treatments over the past few years. DESCRIPTION The $19 Million FY 2016 – Pavement Maintenance & Rehabilitation Project (Project) includes Preventative Maintenance Program and Rehabilitation Program. Project is […]
  • Highway 12 Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements - The Highway 12 Corridor Improvement Project Phase II brought essential infrastructure to the Boyes Hot-Springs area along Highway 12 between Agua Caliente Road and Boyes Boulevard, just north of Sonoma. The project improves the safety and atmosphere of the corridor, which is used by drivers, cyclists, families, and pedestrians who work, live, shop in the […]
  • Kingston, Linda, Rose Triangle Project - Due to Piedmont’s long-standing history of completing projects through public-private partnerships, the City was approached in 2013 by residents in the neighborhood near Kingston, Linda and Rose Avenues, concerned about the inordinately large paved intersection that was confusing and dangerous for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. There are five legs to the intersection making visibility a […]
  • La Pata Avenue Extension Project (Bridge) - The $72 million La Pata Avenue Extension Project greatly improves regional mobility in South Orange County by extending La Pata Avenue approximately two miles through the Prima Deschecha Landfill from the Cities of San Juan Capistrano to San Clemente. The extension provides a new direct connection to retail centers, medical facilities, schools, recreational opportunities, emergency […]
  • La Pata Avenue Extension Project (Complete Street) - The $72 million La Pata Avenue Extension Project greatly improves regional mobility in South Orange County by extending La Pata Avenue approximately two miles through the Prima Deschecha Landfill from the Cities of San Juan Capistrano to San Clemente. The extension provides a new direct connection to retail centers, medical facilities, schools, recreational opportunities, emergency […]
  • La Pata Avenue Extension Project (Roads) - The $72 million La Pata Avenue Extension Project greatly improves regional mobility in South Orange County by extending La Pata Avenue approximately two miles through the Prima Deschecha Landfill from the Cities of San Juan Capistrano to San Clemente. The extension provides a new direct connection to retail centers, medical facilities, schools, recreational opportunities, emergency […]
  • La Pata Avenue Extension Project (Safety/Intelligent) - The $72 million La Pata Avenue Extension Project greatly improves regional mobility in South Orange County by extending La Pata Avenue approximately two miles through the Prima Deschecha Landfill from the Cities of San Juan Capistrano to San Clemente. The extension provides a new direct connection to retail centers, medical facilities, schools, recreational opportunities, emergency […]
  • Los Angeles County’s Pavement Preservation Program - The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (DPW) is committed to preserving and improving the overall quality of local streets and roads in a fiscally effective and environmentally responsible manner by utilizing our three-pronged sustainable approach. This approach incorporates the principles of (1) taking care of roads that are in good condition first; (2) […]
  • Main Street Rehabilitation Project - PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Placerville Main Street Rehabilitation Project was designed, bid, and constructed in three phases, each with its own unique challenges: Phase 1A – Water Line Replacement, Phase 1B – Sewer Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining, and Phase 2 – Pavement Rehabilitation and Streetscape SUSTAINABILITY The construction of the new water […]
  • Middlefield Road & North California Avenue Complete Streets Project - The Middlefield Road & North California Avenue Complete Streets Project consists of two phases that include new bikeways, crosswalks, and smooth pavement. The project is an expansion upon Public Works’ Middlefield Road maintenance project, improving multi-modal mobility along the residential arterial between Oregon Expressway and Forest Avenue. Project goals and design elements achieve the safety, […]
  • Mission Beach Boardwalk Bulkhead - The Mission Beach Boardwalk Bulkhead scope of work involved the removal and replacement of 1,670 linear feet of parapet wall in addition to 44,000 square feet of concrete walkway and inclusion of 4 new ADA compliant ramps to provide adequate access to the beach. The retrofitting of this project provided vast improvements to the aging […]
  • Mission Beach Boardwalk Bulkhead Project - The Mission Beach Boardwalk Bulkhead scope of work involved the removal and replacement of 1,670 linear feet of parapet wall in addition to 44,000 square feet of concrete walkway and inclusion of 4 new ADA compliant ramps to provide adequate access to the beach. The retrofitting of this project provided vast improvements to the aging […]
  • Mission Beach Bulkhead Seawall and Boardwalk Replacement - Originally built in 1925, the Mission Beach Amusement Center’s (now Belmont Park) seawall and boardwalk are one of San Diego’s most popular destinations. Layers of repairs on the seawall over the decades concealed spalling and cracked concrete, exposed rebar, and large voids undermining the pavement that were susceptible to collapse. The historic fabric had become […]
  • Monrovia Renewal - The City of Monrovia has launched Monrovia Renewal, an innovative multi-year initiative comprising $51.7 million of priority repairs to the City’s water, sewer, and street systems, including sidewalk, curb / gutter and driveway approach improvements. As the 4th oldest city in LA County, Monrovia’s aging infrastructure includes significant deferred road maintenance, along with water and […]
  • Noble Avenue Roundabouts at SR 198 Eastbound Ramps and Farmersville Boulevard Project - The roundabouts, while consistent with smart growth and complete street principles, also have proven environmental, mobility, and safety benefits. The Farmersville Roundabouts provide a multimodal project beneficial to all users and for the safe and effective movement of people and goods. Large trucks and emergency vehicles are easily accommodated by the presence of a “truck […]
  • Notre Dame Avenue Reconstruction Project - The Notre Dame Avenue Reconstruction Project marked a major milestone for the City as it signified the completion of its first sustainable complete street reconstruction project. The project included Low Impact Development treatments; complete pavement reconstruction; full utility analysis and replacement of storm drain, sanitary sewer: pedestrian and ADA enhancements; improved transit stops, parking enhancements; […]
  • Olivehurst Avenue Complete Streets Project - The Olivehurst Avenue Complete Streets Project is a defining feature for the disadvantaged community of Olivehurst. It completely transformed a narrow, dangerous, and aesthetically unappealing roadway, into an attractive, safe, multi-modal corridor that the community is proud of. The conceptual project was born as a result of the Olivehurst Sustainable Community and Economic Revitalization (OSCER) […]
  • Pacific Avenue & Burchett Street Wastewater Capacity and Street Improvements Project - Pacific Avenue & Burchett Street Wastewater Capacity and Street Improvements Project was completed in December 2016. The work was performed on Pioneer Drive between Kenilworth Avenue and Pacific Avenue; Pacific Avenue between Pioneer Drive and Burchett Street; and Burchett Street between Pacific Avenue and First Alley West of Central Avenue in the City of Glendale, […]
  • Patterson Pass Road Safety Improvement Project - Alameda County is a primary destination for regional and inter-regional traffic for goods movement and workforce commute travel between San Joaquin County and Alameda County. Interstate 580, the major transportation corridor in this region, routinely experiences extreme traffic congestion. In an effort to avoid these congested freeways, commuters continue to seek alternative routes along the […]
  • Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy Program (Finalist) - The City of Redlands has implemented the Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS) Program to access and resurface two-thirds of city streets over a five year period. The scope of street repairs will include pulverization, grind and overlay and slurry seal. Striping, curb and gutter, and cross gutters are replaced or repaired where affected by […]
  • Pavement Management Manual - County of San Bernardino, Pavement Management Section was able to establish Pavement Management Manual to explain and enhance the utilizing of our existing pavement asphalt and recycle the valuable material, instead of purchasing new version material, in addition to explain different pavement repair strategies to rehab all the county roads based on traffic, pavement condition […]
  • Replacement of Jalama Road Bridge (51C-017 Replacement) - The length of the new bridge needed to be 160 feet long to connect across the width of the canyon. The long span was gracefully solved by using the segmented beam girder design. The beams were trucked to the site in 60-foot segments and then spliced together and formed the second longest beam bridge in […]
  • San Vicente Road Improvement Project - San Vicente Road is located in the community of Ramona within the unincorporated area of the County of San Diego, California. San Vicente Road functions as a link between Ramona to the north, the Country Estates community to the east, and the Barona Ranch Indian Reservation and the community of Lakeside to the south. San […]
  • Santa Clarita Road Rehab Program - Santa Clarita spans 64 square miles which translates to an abundance of streets and roads—and maintenance. In fact, the City’s Road Rehab overlay and slurry seal program is responsible for over 516 miles of major and minor streets. The residents of Santa Clarita depend heavily on these roads to live their daily lives. Poorly maintained […]
  • Slauson Avenue Sidewalk, ADA, and Reforestation Project - Slauson Ave, a 2.7-mile corridor in the City of Commerce, is a major 4-lane arterial that runs east-west through the length of the City & connects 2 major freeways of I-5 & I-710 within City limits. It is also a major bus route extending more than 20 miles & connecting several East LA cities to […]
  • State Route (SR) 89 Mousehole Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvement Project (Finalist) - The SR 89 Mousehole Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvement Project constructed a 12-foot wide, 120 foot long pedestrian and bicycle tunnel 22 feet under the Union Pacific Railway. Prior to the project, pedestrians or bicyclists wishing to cross under the railroad were required to use the 24-foot wide vehicle tunnel, sharing traffic with vehicular traffic and […]
  • State Route 32 Widening and Multi-Modal Improvements Project, Phases 1 & 2 (Finalist) - The State Route (SR) 32 Widening and Multi-Modal Improvements Project, Phases 1 and 2 is deserving of the Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project award because it is an excellent example of improving traffic operations and capacity, while also enhancing safe and viable transportation alternatives; thereby meeting statewide goals to improve air quality, reduce greenhouse […]
  • State Routes 12 and 26 Intersection Improvement Project - This Intersection Improvement Project was designated by the Calaveras Board of Supervisors as the number one priority in the County. This project improved the traffic congestion at the intersection by widening and adding free right turn lanes, designated left turn lanes, and ADA accessible crosswalks and sidewalks. This project was completed by Public Works in […]
  • StreetsSD Interactive Street Condition Map - The City of San Diego’s new StreetsSD application (app) is one of the most innovative and capable online street maps of any major U.S. city. It makes detailed information about the City’s roads and road repairs available with just a click or tap. The app updates automatically so residents have the most accurate data on […]
  • Studebaker Road Improvement Project (Finalist) - Studebaker Road Improvement Project Summary: The City of Long Beach Public Works Department strives to operate, preserve, and enhance the City’s physical infrastructure and transportation systems by providing a variety of services which include the repair, rehabilitation and general upkeep of City streets, trees, and sidewalks. The City of Long Beach is committed to improving […]
  • The Lost Canyon Road Bridge Widening Project - The City of Santa Clarita is the third largest city in Los Angeles County, with a growing population of approximately 220,000 residents. It is located in the center of Santa Clarita Valley, approximately 35 miles northwest of the City of Los Angeles. Municipal boundaries encompass over 40 square miles of land, situated primarily on the […]
  • The Roadway Resurfacing Project (HDMB) - The Roadway Resurfacing Project which included High Density Mineral Bond (HDMB) consisted of resurfacing residential neighborhoods with HDMB supplied by the company HA5. HA5 uses a mixture of fine aggregates combined with a proprietary and uniquely stable base emulsion that includes materials to resist UV damage. HA5 Reduces cracking and raveling by effectively preserving the […]
  • Vasquez Canyon Road Reconstruction - The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (Public Works) is committed to maintaining and preserving the local road system, which includes mountain passes that allow motorists alternatives to the major highways and freeways. One of these important alternate routes is Vasquez Canyon Road. On November 19, 2015, severe road deformation was observed that […]
  • Village Parkway North Extension Project (Finalist) - Consistent with the California League of Cities, the City of West Sacramento is committed to the preservation and protection of streets and roads systems. The City of West Sacramento has a vision of streets projects that improve and sustain the safety and mobility of the public, law enforcement, commerce, emergency responders and that serve all […]
  • Westley, CA @ Interstate 5 – Asphalt Replacement with Concrete Pavers - Located in Westley, California at exit 441 on I-5, Howard Road handles a tremendous amount of heavy truck traffic. The Stanislaus Public Works Department was faced with the challenge of designing a long-term, economical pavement solution for the frontage road. Given that the asphalt pavement had failed, the County looked at interlocking concrete pavers as […]