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Contra Costa County Public Works to Perform Paving Work on Vasco Road

by CC News
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Contra Costa County, CA – The Contra Costa County Public Works Department will be performing paving work for emergency road repairs on the north bound lane of Vasco Road, between the Alameda County line and Camino Diablo, beginning on Monday, February 12, 2024, through Wednesday, February 14, 2024, barring unforeseen circumstances. 

The work will take place between 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., weather permitting. Message boards will be posted to advise drivers before scheduled work begins. Drivers should expect up to 15-minute delays.

The work will be scheduled to minimize impacts to commute traffic.

About Contra Costa County Public Works Department:

Contra Costa County Public Works Department (CCCPWD) maintains over 660 miles of roads, 150 miles of streams, channels, and other drainage and over 150 County buildings throughout Contra Costa County. CCCPWD provides services such as Parks and Recreation, Sandbag Distribution and Flood Control throughout unincorporated areas of Contra Costa County.  CCCPWD operates two airports, Buchanan Field Airport in Concord, and Byron Airport in Byron. For more information about CCCPWD, please visit us at www.cccpublicworks.org.

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5 comments

Gregory B Kimball February 9, 2024 - 7:20 am

isn’t it finally time to 4 lane Vasco?? The population has only tripled out here…

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MODERATE February 11, 2024 - 8:22 am

Unfortunately, its not a state highway so both counties (Contra Costa and Alameda) would have to improve their respective segments for it to do much good (where were all our politicians when all that “stimulus money” was available during the Great Recession?).

In the original conceptual layout of state highways, State Highway 84 was supposed to have extended from Livermore all the way north through Rio Vista. For whatever reasons, that never happened. A “diverter highway” is badly needed to connect the Pleasanton/Livermore area to Brentwood.

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John Gonzales February 12, 2024 - 9:23 am

The money went to the highspeed train to no where.

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Davide Puglisi February 12, 2024 - 11:26 am

Attitudes like yours is why we remain dependent on cars, no matter how many highways you build or widen, you will never improve commute times that way. Other developed countries know this and have made timely and adequate investment in both regional and local rail to where sitting in traffic on a freeway is not the only option. I hate having to drive 3 hours a day for at least 100 miles just to get to work, and I am sure I am not the only one.

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Emil geronimo February 16, 2024 - 10:41 am

Where you guys get this people who did the paving works on Vasco Rd. this week?
It don’t look good, looks like those guys hanging around home depot could do a better job.
Go check it out,drive over it going 55mph…

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