Street & Road Maintenance

2020 Reservation Road Pavement Rehabilitation Project

The City of Marina has awarded the 2020 Reservation Road Pavement Rehabilitation Project to Granite Rock Company of San Jose, California. Construction is scheduled for 30 working days and will begin November 4th, 2020.

Impacts to Traffic during construction will be as follows:

Locations:          Northbound Imjin Pkwy onto Reservation Road 

                            Reservation Road onto Imjin Pkwy (South)

Date/Time:        Thursday (11/12) sometime between the hours of 1pm and 4pm

Duration:           30 min. delay  

It is recommended to take an alternate route. Through-traffic on Reservation Road should not be impacted.

11.12.2020 Intersection

Reservation Road & Imjin Road – All left-turn movements will be closed.

Date: November 4th through December 18th.

Time: 9am to 5pm 

Please follow the following detours:

  • Reservation Rd Westbound traffic onto Imjin South – Follow Detour Signs to California Ave.
  • Reservation Rd Eastbound traffic onto Imjin North (Airport) – Follow Detour Signs to MBest Drove
  • Imjin Pkwy Northbound traffic onto Reservation Rd West (Downtown) – Follow Detour signs North to University Drive/Mbest Drive.
  • Southbound Imjin Road traffic from Airport - – Follow Detour signs to University Drive/Mbest Drive

Reservation Road, Salinas Ave to Imjin Pkwy- One lane closed in each direction. One lane in each direction will be open for through traffic. 

Date: November 4th through December 18th.

Time: 7am to 5pm

CIR Paving Train (FHWA)The project will rehabilitate Reservation Road from Salinas Avenue to Imjin Parkway with a sustainable pavement treatment known as Cold-in-Place recycling that will reuse the existing pavement section as recycled asphalt pavement.

The process will minimize traffic disruption, reduce the number of off-haul trucking trips and thus environmental impacts, and speed up paving production. The use of this sustainable paving construction process provides cost savings of 35% in comparison to traditional pavement rehabilitation methods.  This method also reduces waste to the landfill, energy consumption by 77% and Green House Gas emissions by 78%.  The rehabilitation has been designed to provide an expected life of 20 years which is equivalent to the expected life for a traditional rehabilitation project. 

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact the City Public Works Department at (831) 884-1205 or