The latest information on project activities, road closures, and detours.

POSTED 7:38 AM PST, Thursday, November 20, 2014 

Demolition of Concrete Benches Near Tower Residences, Week of November 24

On Monday, November 24, crews are expected to begin demolition and removal of the raised concrete bench/barbeque area along Girard Road near the Tower Residences. Crews will also begin removal of the retaining wall and stairway next to the dirt parking area north of Edie Road. This work is expected to last up to two weeks and will pause after Wednesday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday, resuming on Monday, December 1.

View the advisory for additional details.


POSTED 6:05 AM PST, Wednesday, November 19, 2014 

Drainage Improvement Project, NPS Public Comment Through Dec. 12

A drainage improvement project is being proposed to extend and enlarge a drainage pipe (Outfall IJKL) at the west end of Crissy Field.

The National Park Service (NPS) is requesting public feedback, questions and comments on this project by Friday, December 12, 2014. Comments may be submitted online or mailed to GGNRA Superintendent, Bldg. 201, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 94123, Attn: IJKL Stormwater Outfall.

The proposed project would modify and extend the existing pipe further into the bay, alleviating ongoing flooding problems in Crissy Field, Mason Street and the surrounding area. Currently, sand buildup caused by tides and weather buries the existing pipe and necessitates frequent excavation. For additional details, please view the NPS website.


POSTED 10:10 AM PST, Thursday, November 13, 2014 

Utility Work & Traffic Impacts along Girard Rd. & Edie Rd., Week of Nov. 17

During the week of November 17, there will be utility work along Girard Road near Edie Road and at the Lincoln Boulevard intersection. During much of this activity, there will be no access to Edie Road from Girard Road, with occasional traffic control at the Girard Road and Lincoln Boulevard intersection. To access the parking lot behind Thoreau Center, use the signed detour, or use Tourney Avenue to O’Reilly Avenue.

View the advisory for additonal details.


POSTED 6:50 AM PST, Tuesday, October 28, 2014 

Tree Relocation & Vegetation Removal along Lincoln Blvd. in Preparation for Girard Road Widening

Tree relocation and vegetation removal are underway along Lincoln Boulevard to create space for the future widened Girard roadway and Lincoln Boulevard intersection. Additional preparation activities along Girard Road will include removal of light poles, installation of temporary light poles, demolition of the raised concrete bench/barbeque area and removal of the stairway next to the dirt parking area off of Edie Road at Girard Road.

Please view the advisory for details.

View the Girard Road Widening Construction Update for additional information about work in this area.


POSTED 7:01 AM PST, Monday, October 27, 2014 

Girard Road Widening Construction Update, October 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 as crews prepare to widen the roadway, construct a median and build continuous sidewalks and bicycle lanes. Prior to roadway construction, preconstruction activities will include utility relocation, vegetation removal and concrete and asphalt removal.

Learn more about upcoming construction activity.


POSTED 1:01 AM PST, Friday, October 10, 2014 

Intermittent Impacts to the Lincoln Multi-Use Path, Beginning Week of October 13
Beginning the week of October 13, for approximately one month, there will be intermittent impacts to a portion of the Lincoln Multi-Use Path near the bank and post office to allow crews to deliver and pour concrete for construction of the Main Post Tunnels.

The Multi-Use Path will remain open when deliveries are not taking place. Bicyclists will be able to share the road with vehicles while pedestrians will be able to use local sidewalks. Please follow instructions from signage and flaggers.

Please view the map for details.


 
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