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TRAM

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The General Character of the work for this Project includes: supplying all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to construct Oak Street Railroad Crossing including but not limited to the following approximate quantities for major work items: " Concrete Curb -120 LF " Concrete Sidewalk -840 SF " General Excavation -121 CY " Level 3, A' in HMAC Mix -135 Tons
Work had barely started Saturday on the Nogales Street railroad underpass project, before the Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority (ACE) received more money for its next major project to lower congestion on busy local streets and boost safety at railroad crossings.
The study also identified two causes of flooding under the Cambridge Street railroad bridge.
The intended $22 million underpass would be situated where Carpenter Street intersects the 10th Street railroad tracks.
8:13 p.m., a caller reported the Shrewsbury Street railroad gates were malfunctioning.
Faster than motorists could say Cambridge Street railroad underpass, sections of several streets quickly filled up with water, from Southbridge Street to Southwest Cutoff.