Current City Projects
City Projects Currently Under Construction
- Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon - Southbound Palos Verdes Drive West at Via Carrillo
Installation of rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB) at the existing cross-walk on the southbound leg of Palos Verdes Drive West at Via Carrillo. This equipment will replace the existing, inoperable in-pavement flashers. The RRFB will provide driver notification of pedestrians. The RRFB will provide a visibility of up to 3,000 feet and will be visible to traffic in a queue or platoon since it can be seen over preceding vehicles.
Work is scheduled to begin August 14th.
- Traffic Striping Project (Updated 8/9/17)
A public works contract to install/modify traffic striping will continue on through Friday, August 11th. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, the project was not completed on August 9th as originally planned. The City’s contractor is Sterndahl Enterprises. Work is as follows:
Thursday, August 10 and Friday, August 11, beginning at 7 am:
Striping, repainting and modifications on
--Palos Verdes Drive West (Via Chico to Paseo Del Mar)
Traffic delays can be expected; please use alternate routes.
• Modify the existing southbound right edge line marking and striping by removing the white reflective raised pavement markers and restripe the edge line from the current 4-inch white line to a 6-inch wide line to increase its visibility;
• Install white 45-degreee diagonal lines in the parking area between the edge line and the curb to better demarcate that the area. In the tighter curved areas, the diagonal lines will be spaced closer together to highlight the change in the roadway alignment. In addition, the existing double yellow centerline will be repainted and supplemented with additional reflective yellow raised pavement markers; and
• Striping between Via Chico and Via Del Puente on PVDW will be rehabilitated only.
• Residents will have access to driveways but will not be able to park on the street.
--Striping on Tyburn Road, Via Guadalana and Via Zumaya was completed this week.
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