The entire 1.5 mile stretch of Castro Ranch Road within Richmond city limits will be rehabilitated starting in May 2021. Resurfacing will include cold in-place recycling of asphalt pavement, pavement (base) repairs, and Hot Mix Asphalt paving. There will be minor widening of the roadway to allow for bike lanes which will be continuous throughout the project limits except for one block by Olinda School; most of the bike lanes will also have a one-foot striped buffer. Pedestrian improvements include a new crosswalk near Conestoga Way and upgrades to the existing crosswalk at Amend Rd. Both crosswalks will feature a solar-powered Rectangular Rapid Flashing beacon (RRFB) for added visibility. Project will also address drainage issues with new and repaired storm drain inlets, replacement of a lagging retaining wall, and drainage swale improvements.