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Posted on: June 24, 2019

Pavement update week of 6/24/19

Cold in place recycling

The next two weeks will see striping on Blossom Hill Road and San Carlos Street. Work will also begin on Ocala Avenue.

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Posted on: June 17, 2019

Pavement update week of 6/17/19

Cold in place recycling

We're continuing to wrap up weather-delayed 2018 projects on Santa Teresa Boulevard, Blossom Hill Road, and San Carlos Street.<_o3a_p>

  • Striping will continue on Santa Teresa Boulevard and begin on Blossom Hill Road.
  • Cold-in-place recycling will continue on San Carl...
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Posted on: June 10, 2019

Pavement update week of 6/10/19

Cold in place recycling

Striping begins on Santa Teresa Boulevard, asphalt work wraps up on Blossom Hill Road, and major paving activities continue on San Carlos Street:<_o3a_p>

  • Striping will begin this Wednesday on Santa Teresa Boulevard.
  • Cold-in-place recycling has wrapped up on Blo...
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Posted on: June 3, 2019

Pavement update week of 6/3/19

Cold in place recycling

Work continues on Santa Teresa Boulevard and Blossom Hill Road, and paving activities start on San Carlos Street:<_o3a_p>

  • Asphalt has been laid down on Santa Teresa. Striping will begin Wednesday of next week.
  • Cold-in-place recycling will soon begin on Blossom ...
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Posted on: May 27, 2019

Pavement update week of 5/27/19

Orange steamroller

A few projects that were postponed when weather got cold and
wet in 2018 have started again:<_o3a_p>

  • Asphalt will soon go down on Santa Teresa
    Boulevard
  • After some preparation on Monday, cold in place recycling
    will take place on Blossom Hill Road
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Posted on: March 26, 2019

Record-Breaking Paving in 2019

Nearly 300 miles of San José streets will get a renewed lease on life in 2019. This year’s pavement maintenance program will be almost three times bigger than our current record, set in 2017. Most of the miles to be paved consist of r...Read on...