Current CIP Projects
- Arlington Boulevard and Brewster Drive Curve Safety Improvements, City Project No. C3071
The Arlington Boulevard and Brewster Drive Curve Safety Improvements is intended to improve pedestrian safety and calm vehicle traffic speeds in this area.
- 2016 Microsurfacing and Curb Ramp Program, City Project No. C3027.17
The 2016 Microsurfacing and Curb Ramp Program will include repairs at six street segments.
- San Pablo Avenue Green Stormwater Spine Project
The project will implement green infrastructure such as permeable walkway surfaces, bioretention, and flow-through planters at select sites along San Pablo Avenue.
- Richmond Greenway-Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project
The Cities of Richmond and El Cerrito seek to provide a continuous bicycle and pedestrian pathway from South Garrard Boulevard and the Richmond Parkway in Richmond to San Pablo Avenue in El Cerrito.
Ohlone Greenway BART Station Area Access, Safety and Placemaking (ASP) Improvements Project, C3076
The City of El Cerrito is in the process of re-designing the Ohlone Greenway at the El Cerrito del Norte and El Cerrito Plaza BART station areas.
Ohlone Greenway BART Station Area Access, Safety and Placemaking (ASP) Improvements Project, City Project No. C3076
- I-80/Central Avenue Interchange Improvements
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Caltrans seek to enhance mobility by relieving congestion in the I-80/Central Avenue Interchange.
I-80/Central Avenue Interchange Improvements
Ohlone Greenway Pedestrian & Bicycle Wayfinding & Amenities Project, C5034
The Ohlone Greenway Pedestrian & Bicycle Wayfinding & Amenities Project will improve the well-used Ohlone Greenway, which runs along the eastern edge of the San Pablo Avenue corridor. The Greenway is a 2.7 mile multi-use trail that traverses the City of El Cerrito, underneath the elevated BART tracks, from the south to north City limits.
Ohlone Greenway Pedestrian & Bicycle Wayfinding & Amenities Project
Hillside Natural Area Trail Entry & Signage Improvements, Phase 1, C5038
The project will install gateway trailhead kiosks, trail entry signs, trail entry stairs at one location, and trail directional markers within the Hillside Natural Area, and wayfinding/directional signs on streets leading to the Hillside Natural Area.
Hillside Natural Area Trail Entry & Signage Improvements, Phase 1
Fairmont Park Improvements, Phase 1, C5037
Phase I of the Project will upgrade a portion of Fairmont Park (approximately 16,000 square feet of area at the south portion nearest Eureka Avenue).
Fairmont Park Improvements, Phase 1
Korematsu Middle School Safe Routes to School Improvements, Phase 1, C5040
This project would implement pedestrian crosswalk improvements and portions of the bicycle boulevard in the immediate vicinity of the school to benefit the safety of students and encourage new walking and biking trips to the school.
Korematsu Middle School Safe Routes to School Improvements, Phase 1