How Have Burlingame Streetscape Improvements Affected You?

PG&E started work on Burlingame Avenue last week.

The Burlingame Avenue makeover has begun.

Pacific Gas & Electric began their portion of the Burlingame Avenue Streetscape Project last week, according to the City of Burlingame.

PG&E’s work is planned for night, but reduced parking, traffic detours and gas service interruptions outside of regular business hours may affect locals during their portion of construction.

Has construction affected you yet? Tell us how in the comment section below.

According to the City of Burlingame, here’s a look at PG&E’s streetscape work:

  • Relocation of two existing transformer vaults that are currently in the parking stalls located in the 1400 Block of Burlingame Avenue.
  • Relocation of conduits for new gravity sewer lines on Burlingame Avenue at the intersection of Primrose Road, and Lorton Avenue.
  • Installation and connection for future decorative street lights and pedestals.
  • PG&E Natural Gas Work: In order to accommodate the City of Burlingame’s new sewer main, water main, storm drain and lowering of box culvert, PG&E will:
  • Deactivate the existing gas main and install about 2,000 feet of new 4” plastic high pressure gas main on California Drive (between Lorton Avenue and Burlingame Avenue) and on Burlingame Avenue (between California Drive and El Camino Real).
  • A number of gas services will be upgraded and transferred to the new gas main.

PG&E’s work runs along Burlingame Avenue from California Drive to El Camino Real, according to city documents. 

Currently, PG&E is working on the first phase, which will run through March on Burlingame Avenue from Park Road to El Camino Real and consist of gas work. The second phase will run February through March in the 1400 block of Burlingame with the relocation of transformer vaults and lowering electrical ducts, according to city documents. Phase three will run March through April, also for gas work.

For more information, visit the city’s website here.

Has construction affected you yet? Tell us how in the comment section below.


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