Graffiti being cleaned up on San Jose highway overpasses
Workers are continuing to remove graffiti from San Jose's 13th Street train trestle.
Mayor Chuck Reed said on last night's Town Hall Meeting that he hopes steps are being taken to prevent the graffiti vandals from returning.
Workers are scheduled tonight to remove graffiti from the Highway 101 overcrossing at McKee Road.
Graffiti from the Bird Avenue overcrossing on Interstate 280 is scheduled to be removed next month.
The graffiti clean up efforts are finally going forward thanks to a collaboration between Union Pacific, Caltrans and the city of San Jose.
The former president and CEO of the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Steve Tedesco tells KLIV this partnership has been a long time coming, and Tedesco say this bodes well for the citizens of San Jose and the appearance of the city roadways in the future.