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Daily Changes Visible at Presidio Parkway

Construction of Presidio Parkway is moving full speed ahead! Much of the work can be seen from the Presidio and Doyle Drive, including the new High Viaduct, three new tunnels, and now the low viaducts rising out of the ground at the East End. Check out the June Construction Update and our latest additions to the photo gallery.

A new temporary alignment is in place at the Highway 1/101 interchange. View the simulation video and Look Ahead slideshow for details.
(Photo: Karl Nielsen/MTC)

Fri, September 12, 2014
Overnight Closures of NB Hwy 1, Early Morning Hours of September 16-19
There are overnight closures of northbound Highway 1 scheduled for the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 16 through Friday, Septemb... more 
Thu, September 11, 2014
Traffic Control on Mason St. for Utility Work, Beginning September 15
Beginning the week of September 15, for approximately one month, there will be one way traffic control along Mason Street between the ... more 
Tue, September 9, 2014
New Alignment on Southbound Highway 101, Beginning September 14
In preparation for a traffic shift and new temporary alignment at the Highway 101/1 interchange, there will be nighttime roadway constructi... more 
Fri, August 22, 2014
Girard Road Widening Construction Update, August 2014
The future Girard Road will provide direct access to the Presidio and Marina from Doyle Drive. Beginning in August and continuing through the end of the year, construction activity along Girard Road will ramp up a... more 
Fri, August 1, 2014
Increased Truck Traffic for Approximately Two Months
There will be increased truck traffic in the project area for approximately two months to off-haul the stockpiles located across from the Palace of Fine Arts and adjacent to Sports Basement. New material will subs... more 

Construction Advisory Map

Select features and icons on the map to explore areas under construction, Webcams and current construction advisories.

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