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Getting You On Track
The Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) 1 projects including, Mid-Coast, Elvira to Morena Double Tracking (EMDT), and San Diego River Bridge (SDRDT), are moving into final design and construction phases.
Rose Canyon Bike Path Temporary Closure: The Rose Canyon Bike Path will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, February 7 through Friday, February 10 while SDG&E crews work on overhead utilities. Flashing message boards are posted in various locations to notify cyclists of the closure. Three shuttles will be provided for cyclists continuously during the closure hours, running to/from the two ends of the bike path. Flaggers will be on-site to direct cyclists on how to take the shuttle at each end of the path.
Vegetation Removal along West Side of I-5: On January 30, crews began preparation work to remove trees and shrubs from the Caltrans right-of-way next to the southbound lanes of I-5 (the west side of the freeway from the La Jolla Village Drive off-ramp to the Nobel Drive off-ramp) in the future path of the trolley project. This work will require traffic controls, including installation of temporary barricades along the west side of southbound I-5. The vegetation removal work is anticipated to last approximately two months. Upon completion of all construction activities required in support of the Mid-Coast Trolley project in this location, vegetation will be planted. View additional information on this construction activity.
Genesee Avenue Road Widening: Work will begin in February 2017 to widen Genesee Avenue from Regents Road to La Jolla Village Drive. This work includes barrier installation, road re-striping, median and sidewalk demolition, and preparation to construct the viaduct - a bridge structure that will carry the trolley down the middle of Genesee Avenue. Several different traffic control phases involving lane closures and shifts will be ongoing as this work progresses. Traffic control signs, including necessary detours, will be posted. These types of traffic controls will be deployed at various times through early 2018. View additional information on this road widening.
Genesee Avenue Closure: During the weekend of February 10-13, 2017, Genesee Avenue will be closed from La Jolla Village Drive to Nobel Drive in order for crews to work on water and storm drain utility connections. Traffic control signs, including necessary detours, will be posted. View additional information on this closure.
Genesee Avenue Pedestrian Bridge Demolition: During one weekend in late February or early March, crews will demolish and permanently remove the pedestrian bridge at Executive Square and Genesee Avenue. A full road closure of Genesee Avenue from La Jolla Village Drive to Eastgate Mall will be required to complete this work. Traffic control signs, including necessary detours, will be posted. View additional information on this construction activity.
The project will extend Trolley service from the Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego to the University City community, serving major activity centers such as Old Town, the University of California San Diego (UCSD), and Westfield UTC.
This is a Federally Funded Project and we are requesting bids from DBE and SB Subcontractors. The overall DBE project goal is 11.3%. The goal provides an estimated $150 million in awards to DBE firms.
MCTC is committed to maximizing the participation of local and disadvantaged firms to benefit the community while providing San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) the best value. Learn about how your company can join our team and find out about upcoming opportunities.
Mid-Coast Transit Constructors (MCTC) is a fully-integrated joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog, and Skanska. We have combined these three highly successful construction organizations to bring a collection of talents uniquely suited for the CM/GC 1 projects. MCTC team members are heavy civil constructors specializing in CM/GC contracting for rail projects. We are experts at self-performing rail and bridge work proudly managed and built by our own forces.
Over the past 10 years our firms have constructed more than 600 miles of track for passenger rail service. Together, our CM/GC experience includes more than 30 rail transit projects with a total value of over $4.7 billion.
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