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April 20, 2015 (San Diego’s East County) -- A project to rehabilitate the pavement on the main lanes, shoulders and ramps on State Route 67 from Interstate 8 to the San Diego River Bridge north of Mapleview Street is scheduled to begin Monday.  The work will also include installation of new guardrail and concrete barrier.

California Highway Patrol advises that travelers can expect to see construction signs placed in advance of the work.  The initial work will be to replace and install new guardrail.  Construction work requiring nighttime lane closures is expected to begin in May. 

Motorists are advised to slow and move over a lane when safe to do so whenever highway workers are present with flashing amber lights on their vehicles.  It’s the Law!

For information about highway construction and maintenance closures as well as other information related to transportation in San Diego and Imperial counties, please follow @SDCaltrans on Twitter.


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