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Roadwork set for Round Hill area in Alamo this week

Work scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday; drivers warned of 15-minute delays

Map of pavement work scheduled in Alamo this week. (Image courtesy Contra Costa County Public Works Department)

The Contra Costa County Public Works Department has announced a pavement repair project on several Alamo streets this week as part of the department's pavement surface treatment program.

The project is set to consist of a surface treatment application on the westbound lane of Stone Valley Road between Roundhill Drive and Stone Valley Way in three segments illustrated on the work area map. Segment 1 consists of the area near Roundhill Drive and Roundhill Road, with Segment 2 representing the area Roundhill Road and Miranda Avenue, and Segment 3 representing the area near Miranda Avenue and Stone Valley Way.

Work on each segment is anticipated to take one working day, with multiple street sweeping days being planned after the surface treatment. The project will also involve minor repairs on residential streets between Livorna and Stone Valley roads.

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Roadwork set for Round Hill area in Alamo this week

Work scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday; drivers warned of 15-minute delays

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Sun, May 1, 2022, 5:58 pm

The Contra Costa County Public Works Department has announced a pavement repair project on several Alamo streets this week as part of the department's pavement surface treatment program.

The project is set to consist of a surface treatment application on the westbound lane of Stone Valley Road between Roundhill Drive and Stone Valley Way in three segments illustrated on the work area map. Segment 1 consists of the area near Roundhill Drive and Roundhill Road, with Segment 2 representing the area Roundhill Road and Miranda Avenue, and Segment 3 representing the area near Miranda Avenue and Stone Valley Way.

Work on each segment is anticipated to take one working day, with multiple street sweeping days being planned after the surface treatment. The project will also involve minor repairs on residential streets between Livorna and Stone Valley roads.

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Chandra
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Alamo
on May 3, 2022 at 11:43 am
Chandra, Alamo
Registered user
on May 3, 2022 at 11:43 am

While repairs/renovations are going on around Round Hill area. I would Propose Stop Signs on Stone Valley Road, both ways, at the Intersection with High Eagle Road. The reasoning for this is Speeding by drivers on Stone Valley Road after the pass the Traffic Light at Miranda Avenue (New Fire Station). Drivers speed in both the directions (> 60 Miles/Hr), that makes difficult to cross the roads by Pedestrians, and hard to Enter the Road from High Eagle Road for Neighbors living in this area. The Stop Signs would definitely slow down speeding drivers, on Stone Valley Road, and prevent accidents, that may occur if we fails to make preventive measures.

Thank you for your consideration !

Sincerely,

Chandra Dwivedi


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