Pavement rehabilitation projects on various Sonoma County roads, using Asphalt Concrete Overlays, Full-Depth Reclamation, and Cold-In-Place Recycling as the pavement treatment techniques.
Pavement rehabilitation projects on various Sonoma County roads, using chip seals, fog seals, and slurry seals, as the pavement treatment techniques.
Pavement rehabilitation projects on various Sonoma County roads, using asphalt concrete overlay, full-depth reclamation and cold-in-place recycling, as pavement treatments.
The 2017 Pavement Program will kick off construction on 54.49 miles of roads this summer, as part of a 97 mile program approved by the Board last year. The remaining 42.51 miles are slated for construction in 2018. See the entire list of roads here.
This fall we will construct ADA improvements in the town of Graton. We will remove and upgrade sidewalks and other access features to make them ADA compliant. In some cases, we may remove only segments of sidewalks or ramps to make the necessary improvements.
We are currently replacing the one-lane bridge over the South Fork of the Gualala River with a two lane, 29 foot wide and 165 foot long steel bridge. The new bridge will be constructed adjacent to the existing bridge, and will provide two lanes designed to meet current standards, including shoulders and improvements to the approaching roadway. The existing bridge will remain in place through the construction process.
See listing of road projects declared by the Sonoma County Road Commissioner
See All TPW ProjectsSee listings of all Transportation & Public Works construction projects.
Standard plans for construction of roads and related structures.
Roads Division HomeVisit the Sonoma County Department of Transportation & Public Works Roads Division home page.
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