Work on Caltrain's Grade Crossing Improvement Program continues in Burlingame, San Mateo and Menlo Park between the hours of 8 p.m. and 4 a.m.: Broadway and Oak Grove Avenue, Burlingame, Sept. 13-17; First and Ninth avenues, San Mateo, Sept. 14-17; and Encinal, Glenwood and Ravenswood avenues, Menlo Park, Sept. 17-18. Throughout the project area, at least one lane of the impacted street will remain open. Flagmen will direct traffic and pedestrians around the construction.
The work is part of a
larger program to enhance safety at railroad crossings in San Mateo County.
Work on a $2.8-million
project to add additional signals to the Caltrain signal system will take place
in Redwood City from Sept. 12-16 between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m., and in San Mateo Sept.
14-18 between 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
A $2.1-million project to
improve the radio communications system that operates the signals and switches
on the railroad tracks is under way. The project will add a second radio
channel, which will increase the system’s capacity. Work will take place Sept.
8-10 between 5 a.m. and 4 p.m. at several locations near the Diridon and Tamien
stations in San Jose.
On Sept. 16-17, crews will
weld and grind the switches and replace worn asphalt, rails, ties and ballast
on the tracks between the San Francisco and San Bruno stations. Sept. 14-17,
crews will weld and grind the switches on the tracks between the Millbrae and
San Mateo stations. Sept. 13-17, crews will replace worn asphalt, rails, ties
and ballast on the tracks near the Sunnyvale station.