By Chris DeBenedetti
Friday, March 29th, 2013 at 5:09 pm in Uncategorized.
Hey, Mario Andretti, slow down. That’s the message (kind of) to Fremont motorists from the SFPUC tomorrow morning and the following two Saturdays. Actually, they were way more polite in their press release, but you get the point.
As construction continues to upgrade SFPUC’s aging pipes near Mission Boulevard, Interstate 680 and Curtner Road in south Fremont, construction crews will be positioning guide beams in the area from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday (tomorrow, March 30), as well as April 6 and 13.
The beam is being installed as part of the construction of a temporary bridge for the on-ramp to I-680. With all this construction, the SFPUC is asking motorists to slow down while driving in the area. Also, because the northbound Mission Blvd. sidewalk will be closed, due to the operation of heavy machinery and and excavated pits. Pedestrians should cross the street and use the southbound sidewalk.
Have a good, safe weekend everybody.