All CHP Closures in One Handy Place

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March 13, 2017 (San Diego) These are all the closures we were told to pass along. So here they are.

Daytime Lane Closures Scheduled on SR-67 

SAN DIEGO—Caltrans construction crews will close one lane on northbound State Route 67 between Interstate 8 in El Cajon and Mapleview Street in Lakeside on Monday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The closure is needed to apply a fog seal – a protective pavement coating. The same closure will take place Tuesday if needed to complete the work.

Motorists should expect significant traffic congestion and allow extra time to reach their destinations.

The application of a fog seal has temperature and humidity constraints and the work cannot be done at night due to the amount of humidity in the area at this time.

Nighttime Construction Begins Sunday along Interstate 5 in Encinitas and Solana Beach

SAN DIEGO— On Sunday work will begin to restripe Interstate 5 (I-5) and install concrete barriers between Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Solana Beach and Birmingham Drive in Encinitas as part of the Build NCC project to extend the carpool lanes on the freeway. The work will be conducted Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. – 5 a.m. and will continue for approximately three weeks.

Motorists can expect intermittent overnight lane and ramp closures, and reduced shoulder and lane widths during construction. Lane widths will be restored once work has been completed in 2021.

Drivers should anticipate possible traffic delays and allow more time to reach their destination. ‘Be Work Zone Alert’, ‘Move Over’ a lane when safe to do so and slow down when highway workers are present with amber lights flashing.

During construction, SANDAG has expanded its Freeway Service Patrol program, which is a free service that improves safety for stranded motorists and reduces traffic congestion during peak hours. If you find yourself in need of assistance, call “511,” and ask for “Roadside Assistance.”

Build NCC is the first phase of construction of the North Coast Corridor (NCC) Program. Construction on Build NCC began in early 2017 and will be complete by 2021.

Nighttime Work at SR-67/Highland Valley Road Begins Sunday

 

Traffic Congestion is Expected

SAN DIEGO—Lane closures and one-way traffic control will take place on Highland Valley Road near the State Route 67 (SR-67) intersection Sunday and Monday from 7 p.m.-5 a.m., according to Caltrans. The closures are needed to install a new drainage system beneath the roadway as part of the SR-67 Dye Road/Highland Valley Road Improvement Project.

Tuesday through Thursday, crews will continue nighttime drainage installation on a portion of SR-67 just north of Highland Valley Road during the same time period. The work on SR-67 will also require lane closures and one-way traffic control.

The intersection traffic signals may be set to flash red during the nighttime work. Flaggers will be in place to direct traffic. Motorists can expect slower moving traffic during the closures and are advised to allow additional travel time to reach their destinations.

The SR-67 Dye Road/Highland Valley Road Improvement Project will widen SR-67 at the intersection from one to two through lanes in each direction and include additional turn lanes on SR-67 to improve traffic flow.

Construction is expected to be completed in summer. More information about the SR-67 Dye Road/Highland Valley Road Improvement Project may be found at http://www.dot.ca.gov/d11/projects/67_DyeRoad.pdf.

Motorists are reminded to watch for highway workers and moving construction equipment in the project area. The work schedule is subject to change depending on weather conditions.

 

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