San Francisco, CA – The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) announced today that work on a four-level shoring system beneath the temporarily closed Salesforce Transit Center on Fremont Street between Howard and Mission streets is complete. Fremont Street will reopen in time for the Monday morning commute.
October 10, 2018
Work on a shoring system at the Salesforce Transit Center at Fremont Street between Howard and Mission streets continued today and will continue into early next week, moving the scheduled reopening date of the one block closure. The street will reopen to traffic and the public on Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
TJPA ANNOUNCES UPDATES ON TEMPORARY CLOSURE AT SALESFORCE TRANSIT CENTER, FREMONT STREET SHORING & REINFORCEMENT PLANS
San Francisco, CA – The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) announced today that work on a shoring system beneath the Salesforce Transit Center at Fremont Street between Howard and Mission streets continued today and that Fremont Street is scheduled to reopen by October 12, 2018 in time for the morning commute.
Updated October 3, 2018
TJPA ANNOUNCES UPDATES ON TEMPORARY CLOSURE AT SALESFORCE TRANSIT CENTER, PEER REVIEW AND NEW PORTAL FOR PUBLIC DOCUMENTS
Public Documents Portal- Find reviews, design reports, contracts, inspections, etc. More information will be added on an ongoing basis. https://transbaycenter.app.box.com/s/sfivpl21ii3h27ahbhmhd04uonq5nv5d
TJPA ANNOUNCES UPDATES ON TEMPORARY CLOSURE AT SALESFORCE TRANSIT CENTER AND THE LAUNCH OF A MEDIA HOTLINE
San Francisco, CA – The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) announced today that crews continued their work throughout the night to assess and test steel beams and prepare the site for a shoring installation at the Salesforce Transit Center.
San Francisco – The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) announced today results of initial inspections to steel beams at the Salesforce Transit Center and efforts underway to open Fremont Street and the transit center as soon as safely possible.
San Francisco – Crews today discovered a fissure in one of the steel beams in the ceiling of the third level Bus Deck on the eastern side of the Salesforce Transit Center near Fremont Street.
MAYOR BREED, LEADER PELOSI AND STATE AND REGIONAL PARTNERS CELEBRATE COMPLETION OF TJPA’s SALESFORCE TRANSIT CENTER
Mayor London Breed, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and regional, state and federal leaders joined the TJPA to celebrate the completion of the new Salesforce Transit Center.
The TJPA announced that the Salesforce Transit Center officially opens to the public at Noon on Saturday, August 11, 2018 with a Neighborhood Block Party, with inaugural Transbay bus service by AC Transit and others beginning August 12, 2018. The TJPA also announced that nearly half of the permanent retail spaces are in lease.
Lincoln Property Company, with partners Colliers International, Biederman Redevelopment Ventures, and Pearl Media, selected to operate and manage
The TJPA has selected a multidisciplinary team led by Lincoln Property Company as the Asset Manager to operate and manage the Transbay Transit Center. The 1.2-million-square-foot, state-of-the-art regional transit facility in downtown San Francisco is scheduled to open in 2018.
Claims Regarding the Impact of Dewatering and Other Underground Work at Transbay Transit Center Construction Site Are Not Accurate
The allegations of the Millennium Tower developer, Millennium Partners (MP), concerning the impact of the TJPA’s construction on the Millennium Tower are not accurate.
Evidence does not support Millennium Partners’ claim that the TJPA’s dewatering is the cause of the excessive vertical settlement and tilting of the Millennium Tower
There is no evidence to support Millennium Partners’ claim that the TJPA’s dewatering is the cause of the excessive vertical settlement and tilting of the Millennium Tower. Millennium Partners’ geotechnical engineers predicted that the Millennium Tower would settle vertically a maximum of 5.5 inches 20 years after completion. In April 2011, when the TJPA removed the timber piles supporting th
Transbay Joint Powers Authority Denies Withholding Reports of Tilting and Excessive Settlement of the Millennium Tower
Reports that the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) agreed to withhold data showing the tilt and excessive settlement of the Millennium Tower are incorrect. Rather, the TJPA made public its obligation to collect and share monitoring data with the developer of the Millennium Tower, Millennium Partners (MP).