San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project Resident Notification- Pile Driving Operation
SAN BENITO ROUTE 156 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
RESIDENT NOTIFICATION - PILE DRIVING OPERATION
Caltrans wishes to inform residents near the San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project that a pile driving operation is expected to begin in the vicinity of the neighborhoods near Mission Farms RV Park and the Copperleaf community on Monday, July 3.
This pile driving operation will take place Monday through Friday for a two-week period (July 3 through July 17) during the daytime hours from 7 am to 3 pm. There will be no construction activities for the July 4th Holiday.
Residents at Mission Farms RV Park who reside within the north side of the community as well as residents in the Copperleaf community will experience noise and ground vibration during this phase of construction. Residents are encouraged to prepare accordingly for this work.
Questions about this project can be directed to Caltrans Public Information Officer, Heidi Crawford at (805) 549-3318.
This pile driving operation is part of the San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project and is required for the retaining wall/sound wall to be located at State Route 156 near Mission Farm RV Park at 400 San Juan Hollister Road. Caltrans is the lead agency for this project. This project is expected to be completed in summer 2026.
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