Starting Nov. 29, construction will begin on San Antonio Road from Middlefield Road to the U.S. Highway 101 interchange, potentially causing some traffic slowdowns, city officials said.
The project includes installing new landscaping, irrigation, medians, curbs and gutters, repair of uplifted sidewalks and driveways, and street repaving.
Existing pine trees, which have damaged the roadway and sidewalks, will first be removed. The tree removal has been the subject of numerous community meetings and public outreach, city engineers said.
Drivers should expect some delays during the construction hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays for approximately one year. To avoid delays, drivers should utilize alternate routes if possible, Public Works Engineering staff said.
More project information is available by contacting Holly Boyd, project engineer, at 650-329-2612, or Elizabeth Ames, senior engineer, 650-444-4388.