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Source: Caltrans

November 15, 2016 (Ramona) - Caltrans crews will set up lane closures on northbound State Route 67 at the intersection with Dye Road/Highland Valley Road near Ramona on Monday and Tuesday from  7 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. for paving operations.

The intersection will remain open with one-way traffic control, resulting in slower moving traffic. Motorists are advised to expect delays and allow additional time when traveling in the work zone.

The work is part of the SR-67 Dye Road/Highland Valley Road Interchange Project, which will widen SR-67 from two to four lanes through the intersection.  Improvements include reconfiguring the intersection to accommodate commercial truck turns, adding a second left-turn lane onto the highway from both Dye Road and Highland Valley Road, as well as adding an equestrian trail along city streets.  Other improvements include push-button pedestrian crossings, upgraded drainage, and Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant concrete curbs. 

More information about the SR-67 Dye Road/Highland Valley Road Interchange Project may be found at

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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