This two-phased infrastructure project focused on both utility and transportation improvements along Dublin Boulevard.
The first phase involved moving a sewer lift station operated by the Dublin San Ramon Services District, along with moving overhead utility lines underground. Completion of phase one concluded in June 2018.
Phase two began in August 2018, wherein crews widened the roadway to accommodate a third vehicle lane in the westbound direction as well as bike lanes on both sides of the road. The project also created the following improvements:
New sidewalks and ADA-compliant curb ramps
A pedestrian bridge over the drainage channel east of Dublin Sports Grounds
Resurfacing of the Dublin Sports Grounds parking lot
Modifications to median islands
Traffic signal system upgrades
Converting the previous potable water irrigation system to a new, more sustainable recycled water system
A landscaped bioretention treatment area
Phase two was completed in April 2020. Funding for the Dublin Boulevard Widening Project was provided in part by a $3 million Measure BB grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission.