Infrastructure

The Mansell Corridor Improvement Project Starts in November 2015

The final project was bid and the bids are now back and RPD hopes to start construction in November, depending on the speed of contract certification.

As a review, this project will make major improvements to the Mansell Corridor through the park. It will provide protected pedestrian paths and bikelanes throughout the length of Mansell. It will also repave and improve the road for vehicular and public transit access, provide crosswalks, signage and other amenities. The project design is available on the RPD’s Mansell webpage, viewable here: http://sfrecpark.org/project/mclaren-mansell-project/  

McLaren Park – Mansell Corridor Improvements | San …
Project Update. Our project team hosted two community meetings and a site walk in February and March, and distributed and collected a community feedback form.

The design is the same as RPD posted online last fall, and was presented  at the same time (October 14, 2015) to the McLaren Park Collaborative. As you may know, Improvements to Mansell for pedestrian, transit and bike safety were among the most prioritized in the 2010 McLaren Needs Assessment Report. Additionally, the road is in poor shape, and this project will provide repaving of the roadways for all vehicles as well.

RPD staff will be asking the Rec Park Commission for approval of the award of contract in October, hoping to begin construction in November depending on the speed of certification of contract and contractor mobilization.

If you have any additional feedback or questions on this project, please contact Karen Mauney-Brodek, project manager, at 415-575-5601.

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