Disruptions to Palo Alto traffic continue as PG&E workers inspect gas lines running beneath the city.
Charleston Road, Miranda Avenue and the intersection of Embarcadero Road and East Bayshore Road are among the affected areas.
This week, workers will replace a pipeline segment along Charleston between Middlefield Road and Alma Street.
That project is on track to meet its deadline for completion before school begins Aug. 16, PG&E said.
At the intersection of Embarcadero Road and East Bayshore Road, PG&E said it was nearing completion of excavation, inspection of corroded pipeline and replacement of a gas valve. The utility planned to start "restoration work" this week, with full restoration by the end of July.
In early August, PG&E plans to begin pipeline replacement along Miranda between Arastradero and Page Mill Road.
PG&E will explain the project at a July 31 open house at the Palo Alto Christian Reformed Church, 687 Arastradero Road. The open house runs from 4 to 6 p.m.
PG&E has established a public inquiry line for gas systems projects at 1-888-743-7431.
The pipeline-inspection program follows the September 2010 explosion in San Bruno of a PG&E transmission line. The explosion and resulting fire killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes.