Annual Pavement Improvement Project set to begin next month
The City of Hayward is gearing up to start its annual pavement improvement project, which this year will bring $16 million of spot repairs, pavement grinding and overlay, curb-ramp upgrades, and restriping for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians to more than 52 lane miles of City roadway.
The project, expected to start in early June and be completed by October, includes 111 street segments that have been selected based on City evaluation of current pavement conditions, public and City Council member input, geographic grouping of streets for efficiency, and available funding.
Residents living on street segments included in the Fiscal Year 2023 Pavement Improvement Project will receive 72-hour notices of the exact start time of work from project contractor Bay Cities Paving and Grading, Inc.
The City’s annual Pavement Improvement Project is funded through a combination of Alameda County Measure B and BB transportation sales tax revenue, gas tax revenue, state vehicle registration fees, street system improvement funds, and the California Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.
To learn more and see a list and map of street segments included in the Fiscal Year 2023 Pavement Improvement Project, visit this project page on the City of Hayward website.