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Access into and out of adjacent shopping areas and business centers will also remain open throughout construction except for a brief period of time when work must progress in front of a driveway.
An asphalt overlay is a type of pavement reconstruction that is performed on streets to improve the driving surface and to extend the life of the pavement. The treatment basically involves grinding away a portion of the existing pavement and placing a new layer of asphalt on top of it. Portions of a street are typically closed off to parking and traffic while the work is in progress. Once the work is complete and the street is reopened to traffic and parking. The project will also upgrade street intersections with new curb ramps that meet current accessibility requirements and repair curbs that have been damaged by street trees.
1. Given the uncertainties that arise during street construction, we ask for your understanding when the scheduling of the work must be revised. We recognize that the lack of parking and the traffic delays are an inconvenience and we will work to minimize their impact to the extent we can. 2. Towing someone's car is not something we enjoy doing. In order to perform the street work, we request that you park off the street or in some other convenient area during the days when work is scheduled as indicated by the posted signs. 3. While we try our best to keep everyone informed, we may not always be able to reach everyone. We appreciate your efforts to keep your neighbors and visiting guests informed of the work that will take place and especially of the parking restrictions.
Your cooperation is integral to the success of this project. We thank you in advance!
For questions or comments about this project, please contact: Lupe Sierra City of Fremont Engineering Department 510-494-4711 email@example.com
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