Contra Costa County Public Works to Conduct Maintenance Work on Vasco Road

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Brentwood, CA – Contra Costa County Public Works Department will perform roadwork on Vasco Road from Camino Diablo Road to the Alameda County line. The roadwork will occur from May 28th – May 30th between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

The roadwork will consist of replacing the delineators, debris removal and street sweeping. The purpose of the delineators is to increase driver awareness and safety when travelling through this commute corridor. The work may be rescheduled based on weather conditions. Electronic message boards will alert drivers of the scheduled work. There will be traffic control through the work area and drivers can expect delays.

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 200 County buildings throughout Contra Costa County. CCCPWD provides services such as Parks and Recreation, Sand Bag Distribution and Flood Control throughout unincorporated areas of Contra Costa County.  CCCPWD operates two airports, Buchanan Air Field in Concord and Byron Air Field in Byron. For more information about CCCPWD, please visit us here.


3 COMMENTS

  1. My thoughts exactly Simon

    You and I and everyone else around here (except the bureaucrats) understand how deadly this road is, basically from south of Balfour all the way to Livermore. They need to put up some K-rails. Last weeks fatal was ANOTHER fine example….

    I saw an old picture of 17 with cars on it from back in the 50’s before it had a barrier up- pretty scary. We (out here) get to risk it every day on Vasco like it was “the good ‘ol days” on 17. Shame, really…

  2. I drove the old highway 17 without barriers. It was deadly as people veered into oncoming traffic. The same goes for Vasco. The problem is that Vasco was built to county standards not state ones. There is not enough room for K rail without making the county road substandard . The county tried to give the road to the state but they said not until it was upgraded to state specs. Thus we have this dangerous road, increased gas taxes on top of taxes, and a county that does nothing more than the minimum. Alameda county is the same with regards to Vasco. We need a state representative to make the two counties do something. It will only get worse as development continues to get approved at each end of Vasco. Our state reps need to get off Trump and get on doing something for us to save lives.

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