The project will rehabilitate approximately 1.84 miles of trail by pulverizing the existing pavement and repaving with asphalt concrete on top. The rehabilitation trail would following the existing trail alignment, however, to avoid the uprooting of trees roots at a few locations the trail should be shifted 1 to 2 feet away from the trees. The rehabilitated trail will be the same width as the existing trail, which varies between approximately 4 and 6 feet wide, a minimum of 4 feet wide will be maintained throughout the entire rehabilitated trail. In addition, the project will address bank slope failures at three specific sites. Site 1 will receive a Keystone type wall, Site 2 and 3 will receive a steel solider pile retaining wall with concrete laggings, a live log crib wall with live willow plantings will be installed at the toe of the creek and the creek alignment will be shifted approximately 15 feet at each location to accommodate the work
Alpine Road Trail between the City limits of Portola Valley and Menlo Park.
In-Progress- Under Regulatory Agency Review for Permits