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L Taraval Improvement Project Work Forecast June 15 - June 26, 2020

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Work Forecast Plan for the Weeks of June 15 to June 26, 2020

Details of Work Performed:
  • Soil off haul at Lower Great Highway between Santiago and Taraval Street is planned for Monday, June 15.
  • Continuation of sewer main replacement is planned for the weeks of:
    • June 15-17 between 45th and 44th Avenue (southside)
    • June 17-19 between 44th and 43rd Avenue (southside)
    • June 22-26 between 43rd and 42nd Avenue (southside)
    • June 15-19 between 42nd and 41st Avenue (southside)
    • Starting June 19 between 41st and 40th Avenue (southside)
    • June 23-24 between 40th and 39th Avenue (southside)
    • June 24-25 between 39th and 38th Avenue (southside)
    • June 25-26 between 38th and 37th Avenue (southside)
  • Continuation of waterline work is planned for the weeks of:
    • June 15-19 between 41st and 40th Avenue (northside)
    • June 15-19 and June 22-26 between 38th Avenue to Sunset Boulevard (southside)
  • Excavation of small exploratory holes to verify the locations of existing underground utilities is planned for 
    • June 15-19 between 48th and 47th Avenue (northside)
    • June 15-19 between 48th and 46th Avenue (southside)
  • Installation of Muni overhead contact system (OCS) poles is planned for:
    • June 18-19 between 45th-42nd Avenue (northside)
    • June 18-19 between 45th and 42nd Avenue (southsde)
  • Continuation of sidewalk curb ramp work is planned for:
    • June 15 between 40th and 39th Avenue (northside)
    • June 15-19 and June 22-26 between 39th and 38th Avenue (northside)
    • June 15 between 38th and 37th Avenue (northside)
    • June 15-19 and June 22-26 between 37th Avenue and 36th Avenue (northside)
  • Electrical conduit work for traffic signal, streetlights, and etc. is planned for:
    • June 22-24 between 45th and 44th Avenue (southside)
    • June 15-17 between 43rd and 42nd Avenue (southside)
    • June 24-26 between 42nd and 41st Avenue (southside)
    • June 24-26 between 40th and 39th Avenue (southside)
What to Expect:

Excavation requires jackhammering of the pavement. Dust control measures will be in place to prevent dust kick up from the work.

Heavy vibrations from the shoring and sheet piling work is expected for open trench work.

This water work does not involve any planned water shutoff or interruption to service.

Location and Time of Work:
  • Northside of Taraval Street between 48th and 47th Avenue and 45th-36th Avenue.

    Southside of Taraval between 46th and Sunset Boulevard.

    Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Traffic Impacts:

Some parking will be temporarily restricted in construction zones and traffic lanes will be modified during active work. 

About 5-6 parking spaces will be temporarily restricted during construction hours on Monday, June 15 at lower Great Highway between Santiago and Taraval Street for soil off haul.

The following two-week construction forecast is subject to change due to weather delays or unexpected field conditions.

Questions or concerns? Contact us at LTaravalProject@SFMTA.com or 415.646.2382

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