On March 22, 2022, the San Bruno City Council approved the next steps for the Huntington Avenue / San Antonio Avenue Bike Corridor and Repaving Project. Huntington / San Antonio is identified in the current Walk ’n bike Plan as part of the overall bicycle network providing north-south connections and is utilized by residents traveling between downtown San Bruno and the southern City limits at the Millbrae border. The scope of work for the project includes implementation of an enhanced Class 3 bicycle route along Huntington Avenue / San Antonio Avenue from Kains Avenue to the Millbrae border through utilization of greenbacked sharrows, installation of traffic calming measures such as radar speed feedback signs and curb extensions, construction of accessible curb ramps, relocation of storm drains and pavement rehabilitation consisting of asphalt concrete overlay.
These improvements are being partially funded by the Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 grant which City staff successfully applied for and received. These grant funds can be used towards direct pedestrian/bicycle improvements while ancillary work related to pavement rehabilitation will be funded by a mixture of Gas Tax and General Capital Reserve Funds. The total estimated project cost is $1,588,100.
Construction is expected to start in late April / early May 2022.
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