Current City Projects
City Projects Currently Under Construction
- FY 17-18 Miscellaneous Street Repairs
On April 9, 2018, Sully-Miller Contracting Company was awarded the contract to perform the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Miscellaneous Street Repairs. Work will be performed at approximately fifty (50) locations. The general items of work include localized cold milling existing AC pavement, localized 3” asphalt concrete overlay, full-depth pavement removal and replacement at various locations, crack filling and sealing, damaged PCC curb and gutter removal and replacement, damaged PCC sidewalk removal and replacement, new PCC cross gutter at Via Fortuna and Via Carrillo, and pavement striping. The project also includes the installation of approximately 110 linear feet of new curb and gutter along the east side of Palos Verdes Drive West at 1300 (at Paseo Del Mar fork), which was one of the April 18, 2017 Planning Commission Conditions of Approval (COA/PCR2017-0928) for Crown Castle’s new wireless telecommunications facility site Mexico B1 at 1300 Palos Verdes Drive West.
Work is anticipated to begin in May.
City Projects Currently Under Design
- City-wide Traffic Counts
The City received a grant to perform a safety analysis at locations where collisions are occurring and to identify common factors in those incidents that contributed to the collisions. Patterns and similarities will be identified to correlate actions and features or the lack thereof. Current collision and traffic count data is being collected, along with historical data, to identify accident rates over time. The goal of the study is to identify deficiencies and develop improvements that can reduce collisions while accommodating the growing travel demand. Operational measures and potential capital improvements will be identified that can then be considered and potentially implemented.
Over the next several weeks, traffic counts will be conducted at the locations shown in the map below during morning and afternoon peak traffic periods. Counts will be taken at each location on one weekday and one Saturday.
Manual counts will be conducted by one or two people at the intersections, either sitting in their cars or in chairs at the curb. Traffic counts will also be collected by tubes place in the street across the travel lanes.
Current Projects By Others