Traffic Control, Expect Delays on Mason St.
POSTED 10:58 AM PST, Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Utility installation and relocation is underway to prepare for the second phase of Presidio Parkway construction. Beginning the week of May 13 and continuing for approximately one month, there will be intermittent traffic control on Mason Street and minor parking impacts east of the Sports Basement. Please watch for “No Parking” signs, detour signs and traffic flaggers.See the advisory for more information.
Phase II Activity is Heating Up
POSTED 2:54 PM PST, Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Activity on the Presidio Parkway construction site is heating up as crews prepare the site for Phase II of construction. During this phase, the project team will complete work on all remaining elements of the Presidio Parkway, including the northbound Battery Tunnel, northbound High Viaduct, two Main Post Tunnels, Main Post Electrical Substation, Low Viaduct, and a new interchange to the Marina and the Presidio. The new design will open up views of San Francisco Bay, create new direct access to the Presidio from Doyle Drive, and enhance pedestrian and cyclist connections within the Presidio. An extensive landscaping effort will follow completion of major elements in 2015.Check out the Construction Look Ahead for more information on current activity.View the NB Highway 1 Night Closure advisory.
Removal of Old High Viaduct Underway
POSTED 12:30 PM PST, Monday, March 25, 2013
Crews have started removing the old High Viaduct in Cavalry Hollow in the Presidio. This will make room for construction of the new northbound viaduct.
Removal of the viaduct will last approximately four months and will begin at the eastern end and work west.
For more information, see the advisory
Initial Utility Relocation, Beginning February 11
POSTED 3:18 PM PST, Thursday, February 07, 2013
Utility installation and relocation is underway to prepare for the second phase of Presidio Parkway construction. Beginning Monday, February 11 and continuing for several months, there will be intermittent traffic control, parking impacts and short-term road closures.
Parking restrictions will be posted 72 hours in advance. Please watch for “No Parking” signs, detour signs and traffic flaggers.See the advisory for a map of parking and traffic impacts.Download a poster of this advisory.
For more information on the overall utility relocation work for the next six months, see the overview advisory
Utility Relocation – Intermittent Traffic & Parking Impacts
POSTED 3:44 PM PST, Friday, January 18, 2013
Utility installation and relocation is scheduled to begin the week of January 21
to make way for major construction elements for Phase II. This work will last approximately six months
and will include distinct utility projects in varying locations within the work areas.
Additional notification will be provided prior to upcoming road closures, major parking impacts, and planned, short-term power outages. Please see the Utilities Relocation Overview advisory for work areas.
The first section of utilities relocation will occur on and around Halleck Street and Lincoln Boulevard. This section of work is expected to last approximately two months.
There will be parking impacts behind Buildings 222 and 223 on Halleck Street and the parking area will be closed during portions of this work. Notification will be provided with specific dates when the parking area will be closed. See the Construction Advisory for Parking and Traffic Impacts at Halleck and Lincoln.