Work will begin on the evening of February 8, 2012 on a crosswalk enhancement project in downtown Danville.  

The project will install colored, stamped material to downtown crosswalks at the intersections of Hartz Avenue and Prospect Avenue, Hartz Avenue and Church Street, Hartz Way and Front Street, Railroad Avenue and San Ramon Valley Boulevard, Front Street and Prospect Avenue, Rose Street and Linda Mesa, and a mid-block location on Railroad Avenue near the Clock Tower parking lot. 

Work will begin this evening with some minor grinding work in the areas of Hartz Way and Front Street, Railroad Avenue and San Ramon Valley Boulevard, and Railroad Avenue adjacent to the Clock Tower parking lot and is expected to continue over the next few nights.  The stamping process will begin on Monday February 13, 2012.  In the event of weather-related delays, the work will be scheduled after February 14, 2012.   

Work will be carried out between 9:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. to minimize any potential affect on traffic.  No full lane closures are scheduled at this time. 

For more information, contact Andy Dillard, Traffic Engineering Associate, at (925) 314-3384 or adillard@danville.ca.gov