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Power lines across Bay to be upgraded
September 27, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Pacific Gas and Electric will upgrade the existing conductor wire in the overhead transmission lines that cross San Francisco Bay between Hayward and San Mateo, according to Foster City officials.

The Foster City portion of the project is scheduled to start Oct. 11 and be completed by Nov. 11, depending upon the weather. All of the transporting of material and personnel will be completed by helicopter to facilitate access to the lines and minimize the impact of the work on traffic, according to Foster City officials.

PG&E is working closely with Foster City to ensure that there is never a disruption of emergency services, according to Foster City officials.

Questions or concerns about the project should be directed to the Public Liaison Director at Black & Veatch Construction, Inc., Miguel Martinez, by phone at (855) 472-5224 or email at martinezm@bv.com. For detailed information about this project visit www.pge.com/BayCrossingProject.

 

 

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