Long Beach rehabilitation project
The City of Long Beach will soon begin work on a street improvement project on Long Beach Boulevard between Hill Street and Willow Street.
“This project is extremely important because Long Beach Boulevard is the one of the major roadways in Long Beach, extending from one end of the city to the other,” Mayor Bob Foster said.
The City of Long Beach began work Thursday on a pavement rehabilitation project along Atherton Street between Bellflower Boulevard and Palo Verde Avenue.
The City of Long Beach will begin work this week on a pavement rehabilitation project along 10th Street between Redondo and Ximeno avenues.
“This project is yet another example of how Long Beach is investing in its infrastructure, which helps Long Beach’s businesses and residents in the long run,” Mayor Bob Foster said.
The first traffic signal in Long Beach with a flashing yellow arrow is eastbound on Livingston Drive for motorists turning north at Ximeno Avenue. Photo by Barbara Holbrook.
A week after it was unveiled, drivers, pedestrians and cyclists are benefiting from the rehabilitation project on Livingston Drive between Second Street and Termino Avenue.
Photo by mtsofan
Residents and commuters are benefiting from a pavement rehabilitation project along Wardlow Road that the City of Long Beach recently finished between Long Beach Boulevard and Cherry Avenue.
“I’m very pleased that this important infrastructure improvement project is completed, and that we’ve extended the lifespan of Wardlow Road,” Mayor Bob Foster said.
A street rehabilitation project on Livingston Drive between Second Street and Termino Avenue will increase safety for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists, while retaining the number of parking spaces and maintaining traffic flow.