According to Belmont City Manager Greg Scoles's Weekly Update newsletter (PDF), the preliminary total project cost is estimated at $800,000 with additional funds coming from the city’s Measure A CIP funds. These funds are required to be used on federally eligible roads for pavement projects.
The funds have been approved for the following federally-eligible street segments:
- Notre Dame Avenue from Alameda de las Pulgas to Miller Avenue
- Notre Dame Avenue from Ralston Avenue to Arbor Avenue
- Cipriani Boulevard from Alameda de las Pulgas to Newlands Avenue
The report says that once these sections are reconstructed, all of Notre Dame Avenue will fall into the “good” classification.
The condition of Cipriani Boulevard from Alameda de las Pulgas to Newlands Avenue is classified as “poor." Reconstruction of this portion of Cipriani Boulevard will complement the work that was completed this year on Cipriani Boulevard from Newlands Avenue to Ralston Avenue and will bring all of Cipriani Boulevard into “good” condition. I
In addition to pavement rehabilitation, the project will include pedestrian and bicycle improvements in accordance with the city’s Complete Streets Policy and OBAG project award criteria.
The Department of Public Works is currently in the process of selecting a consultant to work with city staff to conduct field investigations, conduct community outreach, design the project, and produce construction documents. Design work is planned 2014, and construction in the summer of 2015.