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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.
Gilman Drive Bike Lane Near Rose Canyon Bike Path: A portion of the bike lane on Gilman Drive, below the I-5 freeway overpass, will be intermittently closed for project construction access. Cyclists will still be able to access the Rose Canyon Bike Path. Please exercise extra caution when traveling near the work area. View additional information.
Morena Boulevard Construction Activities: Beginning in March 2017, Mid-Coast Trolley construction crews will start construction along Morena Boulevard from Clairemont Drive to Balboa Avenue. Initial activities will include traffic barrier installation, vegetation removal, utility installation, and wall construction for the future light rail infrastructure. To accommodate this work, the southbound lane of Morena Boulevard closest to the railroad tracks (the furthest west lane) will be closed to traffic for the duration of the project. Additionally, various portions of Morena Boulevard between Balboa Avenue and Tecolote Road may be reduced to one lane in either direction throughout the life of the project. Additional truck traffic should be anticipated during this work. Specific locations for lane reductions will vary as crews make progress on the new trolley line. Road conditions will change throughout the construction process and motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians should use extra caution when traveling near the work area and remain aware of travel speed and road conditions. Work hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., although intermittent weekend work will sometimes be required. Traffic controls will remain in place 24 hours a day. View additional information on construction in this area.
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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