Sunnyvale Station Rehabilitation Project
The Sunnyvale Station Rehabilitation Project is a safety improvement project that will update the station’s platform length to allow for a six car train to fit the platform. It will also relocate the pedestrian crossing at the northbound end of the station platform approximately 80 feet northwest (closer to Mathilda Avenue) to prevent the crossing at the southbound end of the platform from being blocked. In addition, the project will replace uneven pavers on the platform with a smooth concrete surface.
- Contract awarded: September 2017
- Construction begins: March 2018
- Estimated construction complete: August 2018
Community Impacts During Construction
Construction activities include demolition and removal of existing platform pavers; relocation of existing facilities including sections of the mini-high platforms and passenger shelters as necessary; and placing concrete. Construction will take place during the day on weekdays. Neighbors may experience construction noise during these times.
For those who ride Caltrain, single tracking at Sunnyvale Station may occur. Also starting in April, the southern bike car on all southbound trains will not be accessible for boarding or deboarding at Sunnyvale Station for approximately eight weeks. Bicyclists bringing their bikes onboard will be asked to board onto the northern bike car. Vehicular parking at the station will also be impacted to facilitate the construction work. Please allow extra time to park and meet the train. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
For additional questions or concerns regarding this project, please call our dedicated Construction Outreach Line at 650.508.7726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Budget: $753,000