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Caltrain officials will hold two community meetings next week to keep the public informed of potential changes related to the San Francisco Roadway Bridges project, which calls for replacing three vehicular bridges deemed unfit by current seismic safety standards. Scheduled for March 3 and 4, the meetings will provide more details about potential road closures and night work.The project involves replacing structurally deficient bridges that run over Caltrain tracks at 22nd Street, 23rd Street and Paul Avenue by late 2016. Construction for the 22nd and 23rd Street bridges will take place at separate times to facilitate the flow of traffic.Caltrain will also post weekly project on its webpage as soon as construction begins, officials said in a press release.
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