Construction Project Update: January 11, 2018
Happy New Year Neighbors,
Once again we thank our Irving Street merchants for so graciously supporting our crews' request to continue working through the Holiday Moratorium. Public Works crews are making steady progress! We recently acquired an off-site storage area for our equipment which will help free up street parking after construction hours and on the weekends.
Below you will find our weekly look-ahead schedule to help you plan around construction. These will be updated weekly. Please feel free to share and distribute to your lists, friends and neighbors.
Week of Jan. 15 - 19, 2018
Irving Street from 2nd - 3rd Avenues, 3rd - 4th Avenues and 5th - 6th Avenues
Water-line installation 8" main line
Irving Street from 18th - 19th Avenues
AWSS 20" (Auxiliary Water Supply System for Emergencies)
Irving Street from 17th - 18th Avenues
Sewer main installation 12" main line
Construction of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement project began September 2017, after years of collaboration between city agencies and community partners. The two-year construction project, will improve the N Judah service, beautify nearby neighborhoods and make the streets more livable, vibrant and sustainable.
The project is a partnership between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), Public Works (SFPW) and the Public Utility Commission (SFPUC). The work under this contract consists of transit bulb-outs; curb ramps; sewer replacement; landscape improvements; electrical work; water line replacement and street paving along Irving Street between Arguello Boulevard and 19th Avenue, 9th Avenue between Irving and Judah streets, and 10th Avenue between Irving and Judah streets.
Additionally, streetscape improvements will occur at the existing transit bulb-outs in Cole Valley at Carl and Cole streets, as well as Carl and Stanyan streets.
The project is focused on improving the quality of life of the Inner Sunset and Cole Valley neighborhoods by upgrading existing infrastructure. Multiple improvements are incorporated into the project in order to avoid further disruptions and service shutdowns.
View more information on at SFMTA - Muni Forward
Description of the scope of work:
Due to construction, neighborhoods will experience short-term inconveniences:
San Francisco Public Works