City Government

Annual Hayward roadway Pavement Improvement Project gets underway

July 9, 2024

Photo of two people in orange safety gear pouring asphalt onto a road.

The City of Hayward annual Pavement Improvement Project began Monday and will bring more than $13 million in street and curb repairs, resurfacing, striping, and bike lane, crosswalk and other upgrades to more than 41 lane miles of roadway.  

The project encompasses 125 street segments and is expected to be completed by the end of November. Residents will receive 72-hour notice of the exact time of work in their neighborhoods from project contractor MCK Services, Inc.  

Street segments included in the Fiscal Year 2024 Pavement Improvement Project have been selected based on City evaluation of current pavement conditions, public and City Council input, grouping of streets by neighborhood for cost and schedule efficiency, and available funding.  

The City’s annual Pavement Improvement Project is funded through a combination of Alameda County Measure BB and Hayward Measure C sales tax revenue, gas tax revenue, state vehicle registration fees and street system improvement funds, and the California Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.  

For more information, including location of streets, visit the project page here on the City of Hayward website. Questions and concerns also can be directed to Associate Civil Engineer Yama Farouqi at (510) 583-4761 and