Public Works Projects

SB1 Funded Slurry Seal Projects

Project NameArea Map
1 - Monticello/Crater Slurry Seal ProjectMonticello Map
2 - Capistrano Area Slurry Seal Project
3 - Manor Oak Area Slurry Seal ProjectManor Oak Map
4 - Hashem Area Slurry Seal ProjectHashem Map
5 - Robin Hood Area Slurry Seal ProjectRobin Hood Map
6 - Kavanagh Area Slurry Seal ProjectKavanagh Map
7 - Glenwood Area Slurry Seal ProjectGlenwood Map
8 - Sheldon Area Slurry Seal ProjectSheldon Map
9 - Poust Area Slurry Seal ProjectPoust Area Map

Annual Maps for SB1 Funded Slurry Seal Projects

ProjectArea Map
2016 Slurry Seal Projects                    2016 Map
2017 Slurry Seal Projects2017 Map
2018 Slurry Seal Projects2018 Map
2019 Slurry Seal Projects2019 Map
2019 Proposed Slurry Seal Projects Map Legend

Public Works Projects by Division

DivisionProjectFurther InformationArea Map
MultipleMeasure L Funded Projects - The Public Works Department has multiple projects in the works using the Measure L funding. Check out our web page dedicated specifically to these projects!Measure L 
FleetParts Room Expansion - Fleet Services is currently divided in two buildings with two parts storage locations. This parts room will add the additional parts storage required for all shops and provide a connection between the neighboring buildings for streamlined labor sharing.Parts Room Expansion Fact Sheet 
FleetHeavy Duty Shop Expansion - Fleet Services is currently divided in two buildings and three shops. This new shop building will be one step closer to having all of Fleet Services in one building.Heavy Duty Shop Expansion Fact Sheet 
StreetsSlurry Seal 2019 - The City of Modesto Public Works Streets Division will complete 96 lane miles of slurry seal during the 2019 slurry season.Slurry Seal 2019 Fact Sheet2019 Slurry Seal Map
TrafficEmergency Vehicle Preemption Devices - Installation of Emergency Vehicle Presumption (EVP) systems and upgrading first generation phase detectors at signalized intersections within the City.Emergency Vehicle Preemption Fact Sheet 
TrafficFiber Drop in Traffic Signal Cabinets - Cutting and splicing into the existing fiber optic back bone to bring the fiber optic cable into traffic signal cabinets along Briggsmore Avenue, Standiford/Sylvan Avenues, and Oakdale Road.Fiber Drop Cabinets Fact Sheet 
TrafficHigh Friction Surface Treatment - This project will install High Friction Surface Treatment on a curved street segment on Scenic Drive and Orangeburg Avenue where a loss of traction may occur.High Friction Surface Fact SheetHigh Friction Map
TrafficHigh Voltage Street Light Conversions - Converting high voltage street lights to normal voltage LEDsHigh Voltage Conversions Fact SheetMap Work Schedule
TrafficOakdale / Claratina Traffic Signal Installation - Installation of a new signal at Oakdale Road and Claratina AvenueSignal Installation Fact Sheet 
TrafficRectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon - Installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at Carver/Teresa and Emerald/MazeRapid Flashing Beacon Fact Sheet 
TrafficSynchronize Traffic Signals Downtown - Synchronize traffic signals at all intersections in the downtown area to improve traffic signal coordination.Signal Synchronize Downtown Fact Sheet 
TrafficSynchronize Traffic Signals Outside Downtown - Synchronize traffic signals at all intersections outside of downtown Modesto to improve traffic signal coordination.Signal Synchronize Outside Fact Sheet 
TrafficTraffic Signal System Analysis - Hire outside consultant to analyze the City of Modesto’s traffic signal
operations and propose future modifications system wide.
Signal System Analysis Fact Sheet 
TrafficTraffic Signal Controller Update - Upgrade to Model 2070 LX traffic signal controllers. Controllers regulate the flow of intersection traffic by directing the indications for motorists and pedestrians crossing the intersection with preset timing controlled by the City’s network. This huge technology advancement will improve communication and operations of signals within Modesto!Signal Controller Fact Sheet 
TrafficUpgrade ATMS Software and Communications - Purchase and installation of communication equipment for Modesto’s Automated Traffic Management System (ATMS). ATMs Software Upgrade Fact Sheet 
TrafficUpgrade Traffic Signals 2013 - Update traffic signals at 9th/B, 7th/G, 7th/H, and 7th/I2013 Signals Fact Sheet 
TrafficUpgrade Traffic Signals 2015 - Update traffic signals at Paradise/Martin Luther King, Dale/Veneman, and Kansa/Emerald2015 Signals Fact Sheet 
TrafficUpgrade Traffic Signals 2017 - Update traffic signals at Paradise/H, 1st/H, 11th/Needham, and 9th/Tully2017 Signals Fact Sheet 
TransitAmtrak Station North Parking Lot Expansion - This project will expand the parking options at the Amtrak station, by adding a parking lot on the northside of the station. Amtrak Lot Expansion Fact Sheet 
TransitDowntown Transit Center Expansion - This project will expand the Transit Center to provide more
dispatching space for the Modesto Area Express operation.
Transit Center Expansion Fact Sheet 
TransitDowntown Transit Center Improvements - This project will improve the Transit Center and keep it in a state of good repair. Several projects in the building and throughout the property are planned.Transit Center Improvements Fact Sheet 
TransitElectric Buses and Charging Infrastructure - This project will purchase five electric buses and associated charging stations at the Bus Maintenance Facility.Electric Buses Fact Sheet