Locals using the Larkspur Ferry Terminal over the weekend may be affected by parking lot closures.
Crews will be repaving the Larkspur Ferry Terminal parking lot with work starting at 8 p.m. Friday, March 15 through 5:30 a.m. Monday, March 18, according to the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District.
The district released the following information regarding the repaving:
To minimize impact to ferry customers, the vast majority of the work is limited to weekends only and will take several months to complete.
Rolling closures of 4 to 5 parking rows at a time will occur and the areas to be paved on a given weekend will be posted in advance of the weekend paving. There is no overnight parking in the areas designated for paving and vehicles will be towed accordingly.
The existing asphalt concrete surfacing at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal parking lot and perimeter road is in a deteriorated state and in need of repair. The existing interior parking lot asphalt concrete pavement and base material will be removed. This is followed by compaction of existing subgrade, installation of geotextile fabric, placement of new aggregate base, and placement and compaction of new 4-inch thick minimum hot mix asphalt pavement. At the Larkspur Terminal perimeter road, improvements include cold planing the existing surfacing and placing a 2-inch thick minimum hot mix asphalt pavement.
The project will also modify existing and construct new drainage facilities; install new pavement delineation and striping; remove and replace signage to meet the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices 2012 standards requirements, install new regulatory signs; and remove and replace existing pipe bollards and wheel stops.
The total project budget is $2.1 million with $1,704,000 in Federal Transit Administration grant funds (80%) and $426,000 District funds (20%).