On February 11, 2019, the City of Alameda began construction of this long-awaited 0.9 mile segment of the Cross Alameda Trail. Press release
General schedule as of 05/13/19 (modified to account for delays caused by extremely wet winter): Construction activities will take place between February and October 2019, and will occur in four phased segments, generally moving from west to east. All durations are estimates and minor delays may occur.
- Main St to 3rd St: February through May
- 3rd St to Poggi St: End of May through July
- Poggi St to Webster St/Constitution Way: August through October
- Main St. at Atlantic Plaza (Hometown Doughnut, Monkey Thai & Whisk Cake Creations): August & September
Soil Remediation and Monitoring:
As part of the soil remediation plan, the Contractor has been importing and stockpiling new soil for the site at a nearby location on Alameda Point. Heaviest trucking activity to the site is expected from late-May to mid-June. During these grading activities the site is being electronically monitored for airborne air and dust contaminants, both on-site and off-site. Alerts are automatically issued to the Project Team and Contractor to be immediately resolved if and when County-dictated air quality thresholds are exceeded.
To view any of this project-related air quality (or other compliance) data, please visit: https://geotracker.waterboards.ca.gov/profile_report.asp?global_id=T10000006774. This link, by Alameda County Department of Environmental Health, provides public access to State Water Resources Board’s project-specific ‘GeoTracker’ website, an internet-accessible database system used by State, Regional, and local agencies, to track and archive compliance data – in this case specifically for the CAT/RAMP + Gap Project. This website provides ready access to a large variety of documents and information, including – but not limited to:
Regulatory Activities and Environmental Data
Site Maps and Environmental Soil Borings
Investigative Reports and Soil Import Approvals
Remedial Action Plans and Risk Assessment Reports
Air/Dust Monitoring Work Plans, Activities, and Alerts
During construction, please:
Use the existing sidewalks on the north side of RAMP as temporary construction fencing will be erected on the south side, prohibiting any public or private use of this active construction zone. The fencing will be in place to keep pedestrians out of the active work site, which includes contaminated soil work.
Questions or concerns regarding construction should be directed to:
- Construction Manager: Steve Patterson, 510-701-0319, email@example.com
- Public Works Project Manager: Jack Dybas, 510-747-7948, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contractor: McGuire and Hester, Brian Thompson, 510-632-7676
The City realizes this construction will have short-term impacts on people living and visiting Alameda. The City and Contractor will work to minimize disruption, as much as possible, to all who use the corridor and will keep neighboring property owners and the community informed. Patience is appreciated, as the City works to complete this major capital improvement project.