Caltrans: Highway 101 - Alemany Overpass Project Finishes Ahead of ScheduleAn overpass replacement project at Highway 101 and Alemany Blvd. in San Francisco has been completed and the new highway deck will reopen Friday morning, two days ahead of schedule, according to Caltrans.
Coronavirus Update: San Jose Officials Consider Easing Restrictions For Construction WorkWhile most businesses will remain closed under shelter in place, things could soon be loosening up for some types of work in the South Bay, including construction.
Caltrans Makes Progress On New US Highway 101 Bridge Deck Project In San FranciscoCaltrans crews made good use of the empty roads and reduced traffic due to the coronavirus shelter order over the weekend, making good progress on the new US 101 bridge deck in San Francisco.
Caltrans Begins Ambitious Project To Replace US Highway 101 Bridge Deck At Alemany Circle In San FranciscoCaltrans crews on Friday took advantage of the reduced traffic during the lockdown, starting work on a major project that's closing US Highway 101 near the 280 split.
Fake Notice On Danville Home Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential Construction Was A PrankIt turns out a fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity posted the front door of a Danville resident’s home on Friday, was a prank.
Coronavirus Update: Danville Resident Receives Fake Letter Threatening Penalties For Non-Essential ConstructionA fake cease-and-desist letter threatening penalties for non-essential construction activity was dropped off at the front door of a Danville resident's home, according to authorities.
Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place: Spy Shop, Construction Projects, Golf Club Among Essential ServicesAround the Bay Area, the unnatural stillness of the streets cannot be denied. Sidewalks and roads are empty. But if you look closely enough, some people and entities are still conducting business as usual.
Building Permit Fees In Marin County Going Up 43% On AverageMarin County supervisors Tuesday approved increasing fees for building and safety permits by an average of 43 percent.
Developers, Housing Advocates At Odds Over Plan For More Affordable Homes In San JoseAffordable housing advocates and property owners have attacked a plan the San Jose City Council is considering to spur renovation and new development of rent-controlled properties.
East Bay Neighbors Wary Of Habitat For Humanity Plan To Build Seven Townhomes On Single LotHabitat for Humanity is getting a piece of property in the East Bay for a bargain price, but neighbors are concerned the development plans may be a bit too ambitious.
Crew Cutting Asphalt Strikes Gas Line In San MateoA shallow gas line was struck by a construction crew digging a trench in a residential area of San Mateo on Wednesday morning, according to the San Mateo Consolidated Fire Department.
Final Phase Begins On Construction Of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike/Pedestrian PathCyclists and walkers will soon join the hundreds of thousands of cars that cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge each day. Crews have begun the last phase of construction of the new bicycle/pedestrian bridge path on the bridges's upper deck.
San Jose Lawmakers Weigh High Cost Of Continued Subsidies To High-Rise DevelopersA highly charged housing issue is taking shape at San Jose City Hall Tuesday night. At issue is whether the city should continue to give subsidies to high-rise residential developers.
Evacuations Lifted After Saratoga Gas Leak StoppedEvacuations were lifted Thursday afternoon for several homes in the area of a natural gas leak in Saratoga, Santa Clara County fire officials said.
Bay Area Apartment Construction Up In 2019, But Lags Other Major AreasThe number of apartments to be built in the Bay Area is expected to rise in 2019, with more than 11,000 units being built.