Byron Highway Traffic Safety Improvements

Project Information


Project No.: 0662-6R4011
Federal No.: HSIPL-5928(131)

Project Description: The work to be done generally consists of overlaying Byron Highway between Byron Hot Springs Road and the Alameda County line, restriping the centerline to feature double yellow no-passing lines and a centerline rumble strip and replacing thermoplastic traffic stripes and pavement markings. Additionally, all signs along Byron Highway will be replaced to meet new retro-reflectivity standards.

General Location: Byron
Supervisory District: 3
Location: Byron Hwy, Byron 
Contract Cost (Est.): $2,201,000
Project Manager: Pete Warden
Bid Due Date: March 19, 2019
Working Days: 30
Construction Date: Summer 2019
Funding Source: 84% HSIP, 16% Local Road Funds (SB1)
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DBE Program: This project is partially funded by federal funds from U.S. Department of Transportation. The prospective bidders are required to comply with 49 Code of Regulations (CFR) Part 26. The prospective bidders must meet the project-specific Underutilized Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (UDBE) goal or document the Good Faith Effort (GFE) process. It is important to note that to comply with the County DBE program’s Good Faith Effort, the bidders must take certain actions a minimum of 15 days prior to bid opening.


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