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July 9, 2013 > Nighttime closures on Mission Boulevard

Nighttime closures on Mission Boulevard

Submitted By City of Fremont

Temporary overnight road closures of Mission Boulevard (Route 262), westbound, between I-880 and Warm Springs Boulevard in Fremont are scheduled to allow delivery of steel beams and placement of a new railroad bridge structure over Mission Boulevard.

Wednesday, July 10 through Thursday, July 11: 10:00 pm to 5:00 am.
Thursday, July 11 through Friday, July 12: 10:00 pm to 5:00 am.
Friday, July 12 through Saturday, July 13: 9:00 pm to 11:00 am.
Saturday, July 13 through Sunday, July 14: 9:00 pm to 11:00 am.
Sunday, July 14 through Monday, July 15: 10:00 pm to 5:00 am.

Detours
Use Automall Parkway. Warren Avenue is closed between Kato Road and Mission Falls Court and should not be used as an alternate.

Mission Warren Area Improvements Project
This project is a partnership between VTA, the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC), City of Fremont, Federal Highway Administration and Caltrans to ease congestion, enhance safety and improve local traffic circulation. Mission Boulevard will be widened from I-880 to Warm Springs and include new construction ramps to and from Kato Road. A new Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) bridge and BART bridge will be constructed over Mission Boulevard. Warren Avenue will be lowered underneath the existing railroad corridor. A series of three new bridges (UPRR, BART, maintenance) will be constructed over a fully depressed grade-separated Warren Avenue.
BART Silicon Valley

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Silicon Valley Project is a 16-mile extension of the existing BART system to San Jose, Milpitas and Santa Clara, which will be delivered through a phased approach. The first phase, the Berryessa Extension, is a 10-mile, two-station extension, beginning in Fremont south of the future BART Warm Springs Station and proceeding in the former Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way through Milpitas, the location of the first station, and then to the Berryessa area of north San Jose, at the second station. VTA continues project development activities for the second 6-mile phase of the project that includes a 5.1 mile-long subway tunnel through downtown San Jose, and ends at grade in Santa Clara near the Caltrain Station. Construction on the second phase of the project will commence as additional funding is secured.

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