US-101 Richardson Bay Bridge
Richardson Bridge construction work in the Sausalito and Mill Valley areas will involve replacing the existing asphalt concrete deck surface with polyester concrete overlay in both the northbound and southbound directions of US-101 at the Richardson Bay Bridge.
The need for the project is to preserve the existing bridge and decrease the probability of costly repairs in the future. The bicycle lane will be shut down during construction. Residents in the area may experience noise and dust.
The project started on Sept. 25, 2022, on US-101 northbound. Ramp and lane closures will be needed throughout the project. Most of the work is expected to be performed at night. Lane closures are between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m., and ramp closures are between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
Winter suspension happened in December due to weather and temperature. Polyester concrete can’t be placed below 40 degrees or in the presence of moisture. The project is expected to start again in the spring of 2023.
Number of traffic control days - 180
Estimated time of completion – Fall of 2023
Current estimated cost – $22.3 million. This is an SB1-funded project.