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  • Writer's pictureKevin Hessel

Tiburon rolling out its summer road projects


A Team Ghilotti crew builds new curb cutouts Aug. 18 at the downtown Paradise Drive crosswalk connecting Shoreline Park and Point Tiburon Plaza. The work is part of Tiburon’s 2023 road-rehabilitation project, the first of three projects being rolled out in coming weeks. (Nick Shorten Jr. / For The Ark)

Tiburon has launched its three-pronged, $3.6 million road-maintenance project, which will impact nearly three dozen streets.


Last week, Team Ghilotti Inc. crews were working near the Main Street-Paradise Drive roundabout as part of Tiburon’s 2023 road-rehabilitation project, upgrading curb ramps to current Americans with Disabilities Act standards and repairing the brick crosswalk connecting Shoreline Park to Point Tiburon Plaza.


Because that 2023 road project requires more-extensive road work, the town’s 2022 maintenance project will begin in the next two to three weeks, Public Works Operations Manager Patrick Kerslake said, with Doolittle Construction performing slurry sealing and restriping.


In the third road project, RK Engineering will perform a complete rehabilitation of Corinthian Island’s Eastview Avenue, which has a pavement score of 27 out of 100 and which local officials consider a failing street.


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