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VTA is constructing a trench for BART to travel below the intersection of Sierra Road and Lundy Avenue (Sierra/Lundy Grade Separation). The final configuration of Sierra Road and Lundy Avenue intersection will remain at street level. Future BART trains will pass beneath the current street-level roadways, separating BART trains from vehicle, pedestrian and cycling traffic. Grade separations are required for a safe and efficient BART system, free from congestion.
The intersection of Sierra Road and Lundy Avenue in San Jose is partially closed to automobile and pedestrian traffic to construct a trench for the future BART system to travel below the intersection. Lundy Avenue is open to through traffic with one lane in each directions with a pedestrian walkway on the west side of the intersection. Within the intersection, Sierra Road will remain closed until summer 2016. Automobile access to the surrounding residential streets in the area is unchanged. Please follow designated automobile and pedestrian detour signs. The full intersection with a new traffic signal reopened in summer 2016.
Monday through Friday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturdays: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Construction activities will be limited after 7 p.m. in order to have a lesser impact on residents.
During extreme hot weather conditions, crews may be onsite as early as 6 a.m. for health and safety reasons.
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