Too Much Noise Means Traffic Delays

PG&E has switched from night work to daylight hours, following complaints from nearby residents. That could impact your commute.


PG&E scheduled its gas pipeline replacement project under Junipero Serra between E. Campus Drive and Page Mill Road during the overnight hours to have the least impact on traffic. Unfortunately, the work is having a major impact on nearby residents trying to sleep. So, effective today, work hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

It’s possible that some road closures may be necessary as the work progresses.

Stay up to date on the changes at the City of Palo Alto website.

Debra Katz, Utilities Communications Manager for the city, reminds everyone that the temporary inconvenience of this work is worthwhile to have safer pipelines.


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randy albin September 17, 2012 at 09:26 PM
these linemen work alot in the higher elevations in the snow and colder temps. just how much do the executives make in these companies? let the labor unions represent the workers. everybody needs a job, right?
sister madly September 18, 2012 at 04:31 AM
oh, boohoo. it was only for a few nights... those of you who complained about the noise, have absolutely NO RIGHT to complain about the traffic!
Katheryn September 30, 2012 at 05:12 PM
Tell does this sound familiar, I have provided a link to a story on the Temecula Patch. Please read the story and watch the video in the story. Add this to all your facebook accounts, get the word out. http://temecula.patch.com/articles/citizen-reader-shares-mining-sounds


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