Annual Street Maintenance Project 18-XX: Winchester Boulevard Street Resurfacing 

The project resurfaced Winchester Boulevard from the northern City limit line located 171 feet north of Rosemary Lane to the southern City limit line located at the intersection with Knowles Drive, and a portion of W. Campbell Avenue from Winchester Boulevard to approximately 82 feet west of Jeffers Way. 

The pavement resurfacing was done by installing a Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayer (SAMI-R) under a rubberized hot mix asphalt concrete (RHMAC) overlay; installed new upgraded ADA compliant accessibility ramps and passageways throughout the corridor, which in some locations required minor traffic signal modifications; repaired uplifted/sunken curb & gutter to re-establish flow-line and eliminate ponding issues; installed new Class II bike facilities at various locations along Winchester Boulevard; and restored striping. 

MCK Services, Inc. completed the construction of the project on time and under budget on November 20, 2020. The project was accepted by City Council as complete on March 16, 2021. 

The City of Campbell used the following funding sources to help pay for the project: Vehicle Registration Fees, Vehicle Impact Fees, Gas Tax, SB1 - Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, Measure B, and money from Campbell's Capital Reserves. The project was also partially funded by CalRecycle Rubberized Pavement Grant Program. By using rubberized hot mix asphalt concrete as the paving material, approximately 29,500 California waste tires were diverted from the waste stream.

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