With the aim of mitigating Apple traffic, roadwork began on Monday, Aug. 21 at the northwest corner of De Anza Boulevard and Homestead Road.
The construction will provide a new right turn lane, a new curb line, new pavement and “relocation of existing infrastructure including traffic signal facilities and a large PG&E vault,” according to the city.
There will be temporary lane closures in the area and traffic will be affected, so staff recommends that drivers in the area find alternative routes.
The construction is expected to be completed by January. For more information, visit www.cupertino.org.