San Bruno Grade Crossing

Overview

A $4.3 million project to improve the grade crossings in San Bruno and neighboring South San Francisco was completed in 2008. San Mateo and San Bruno avenues were realigned to improve an awkward crossing. Scott Street and San Bruno, San Mateo and Angus avenues, as well as Linden Avenue, have new pedestrian gates, sidewalks and curbs and modern crossing panels.

Landscaping and fencing were installed throughout the project area. Structures at a former lumber yard were removed, and the site was graded and repaved. A new redwood fence was installed at the site and the city of San Bruno installed a mural about the history of transportation in San Bruno.