Construction at Mathilda Ave, Highways 237 and 101
The Valley Transportation Agency (VTA) has begun construction to reconfigure the US 101 and SR 237 interchanges with Mathilda Avenue in a project coordinated with the City of Sunnyvale and Caltrans.
The project aims to reduce congestion on Mathilda Avenue; improve mobility for pedestrians, bicycles and transit; and provide better access to local destinations throughout the City of Sunnyvale.
- Widening Mathilda Avenue to provide three lanes in each direction
- Including dedicated bike lanes and continuous sidewalks for pedestrians along Mathilda Avenue
- Providing a new multi-purpose trail along Moffett Park Drive that connects to the existing pedestrian overcrossing at Borregas Avenue and extends to Innovation Way
Construction begins in mid-February and is expected to be completed sometime in 2020.
What to expect
Construction will have short-term impacts on the area around the project, including:
- Noise from heavy construction equipment; dust
- Closures and detours of lanes and sidewalks
- Temporary striping and lane shifts
- Tree removal, tree planting and landscaping
- Temporary bus stop closures
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February 8, 2019