The Cal Poly Pomona road rehabilitation project that began this summer is ahead of schedule and expected to reach completion by Oct. 9, nearly a month earlier than originally planned. The project, which consists of removal and replacement of approximately 1.8 miles of existing street pavement and sub-base material, will impact access to campus roads and the 10 freeway during Fall Convocation and the beginning of classes.
Facilities Design & Construction has announced the following lane/road closures for the Kellogg Drive Rehabilitation Project:
Miscellaneous pickup work, cleanup and demobilization will conclude the road rehabilitation project through Oct. 9.
“This project enables the campus to replace the badly deteriorated roadways with new streets capable of supporting the current traffic volume being experienced,” says John Seidel, director of Facilities Design & Construction.
The $2.9 million project is funded through a partnership with the federal government, Los Angeles County and Cal Poly Pomona.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works is managing the reconstruction project. The county awarded the job to Vance Corp. in Rialto. Cal Poly Pomona Facilities Design & Construction is responsible for coordinating the work between the university and the county.
Foothill Transit buses are not using Kellogg Drive for the duration of the rehabilitation. Instead, buses use Temple Avenue and South Campus Drive for drop-offs and pick-ups.
Note: The above construction schedule may change. For an updated schedule or for more information on the road rehabilitation project, visit the Facilities Planning & Management Web site by clicking here or contacting Richard Campos, project manager, at (909) 869-5256.