L Taraval Improvement Project Segment B Update and Forecast - January 2-14, 2023
Due to the extreme weather
All construction activities have been delayed
Happy New Year!
2023 picks up where 2022 left off as work continues on water and sewer lines, as well as on the overhead contact system (OCS). OCS work is now focused on foundation work and installation of new poles. Construction teams will be excavating and jackhammering pavement, which may cause vibrations. Materials are also being temporarily staged nearby. Dust control and housekeeping measures are in place at active construction and staging locations.
The inbound stop at Taraval and 15th has been relocated across the intersection until fall 2024.
General construction hours are Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Construction schedules are subject to change. “No Parking” signs will be posted in construction and staging areas, and intersections may be closed to through traffic on Taraval Street.
Multiple agencies are performing infrastructure work in the area. This includes work by Public Works on 19th Avenue, Public Utilities Commission at Vicente and Wawona streets and PG&E along Taraval Street.
L Taraval Improvement Project – Segment B
Construction work scheduled to be performed - January 2 - 14, 2023
16th to 18th avenues: OCS Pole
22nd to 24th avenues: sewer line work, excavation
24th to 26th avenues: OCS Pole
27th to 30th avenues: water line work
28th to 30th avenues: OCS Pole
35th avenue to Sunset Boulevard: water line work
14th Avenue to Funston Street: water line work, excavation and shoring
Temporary staging locations
14th Avenue west side from Ulloa to Vicente streets
24th Avenue east side from Taraval to Santiago streets
25th Avenue east side from Taraval to Ulloa streets
28th Avenue east side from Taraval to Ulloa streets
29th Avenue west side from Taraval to Santiago streets