Partnership Pavement Project | Joint Effort for Rehabilitation on Pine St

South Pasadena and Alhambra leverage local resources to fund resurfacing of Pine Street, which divides the two cities

PHOTO: City of South Pasadena | SouthPasadenan.com News | The City of South Pasadena in partnership with the City of Alhambra, hosted a ribbon cutting on February 19 for the Pine Street Rehabilitation Project. Cutting the ribbon is South Pasadena Mayor Robert Joe

The City of South Pasadena in partnership with the City of Alhambra, hosted a ribbon cutting on February 19 for the Pine Street Rehabilitation Project, which restored the pavement on Pine Street from Atlantic Boulevard to Huntington Drive.

“We are thankful for the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Alhambra on this important infrastructure project that will help traffic move safely,” said City of South Pasadena Mayor Robert Joe.

The two cities collaborated on the rehabilitation of Pine Street to ensure resources were maximized to cover construction costs. The project spanned .25 miles and included removing existing pavement and reconstructing a full asphalt pavement over the entire roadway, utility adjustments and restoring pavement striping and markings.

South Pasadena and Alhambra’s share of the project was $119,196. It was funded through the City’s Street Improvement Project Capital Plan.