Pleasant Hill Road Improvement Project

Design work is under way on improving Pleasant Hill Road between Taylor Boulevard and Gregory Lane.  The project consists of two phases.  Phase I will provide for Complete Streets enhancements, including the installation of bicycle lanes, ADA-compliant curb ramps, traffic signal improvements, LED street lighting, reconstruction of raised medians, and installation of new drought-tolerant landscape.  Phase I work is anticipated to begin by late summer 2019.

​Phase II will resurface the roadway and provide for new pavement striping by the summer of 2020.  The existing street configuration of two lanes in each direction (four lanes total) will be retained, while minor roadway modifications will provide enhancements for all modes of travel (including cars, bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders).  Replacement of the traffic signal at the Gregory Lane-Grayson Road-Pleasant Hill Road intersection with new signal phasing will have noticeable improvement on vehicles traveling north-south. 

​The project is paid for with a combination of $3,435,000 in local funds (Measure J and SB1) and $1,085,000 in Federal grants.  The total estimated project cost is $4,520,000.
Pleasant Hill Road Project Presentation at Public Meeting held on July 12, 2018
Pleasant Hill Road Gregory to Taylor Public Comments
Pleasant Hill Road Gregory to Taylor Survey Results