SR-94 CLOSURES IN DULZURA AND SPRING VALLEY

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Source:  Caltrans

June 5, 2021 (Dulzura/Spring Valley) - Caltrans crews continue pavement rehabilitation this week on a nine-mile section of State Route 94 (SR-94) from just west of Arnold Road to State Route 188 in eastern San Diego County.

Lane closures on 1.5 mile sections of roadway have been rescheduled for weekdays at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. to minimize early morning traffic impacts to cross-border travelers. Highway personnel will direct traffic onto the open lane, one direction at a time.

Crews will also implement lane closures at the SR-94/SR-188 intersection on Saturday and Sunday between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. for paving operations and electrical work. One-way traffic control will be used to direct traffic onto the open lane, one direction at a time.

Caltrans will monitor traffic queues and mitigate delays at the lane closure locations. Motorists are asked to prepare to wait up to 10-minutes at each closure by allowing additional travel time to reach their destinations.

In Spring Valley, full highway closures will take place from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for pavement operations as follows:

  • Sunday—Westbound SR-94 closed from Kenwood Drive to Spring Street: Detour Kenwood Drive north to Campo Road west, to Spring Street, to westbound SR-94 and northbound/southbound State Route 125 (SR-125).

Lanes may be closed Sunday night at the Kenwood Drive and Avocado Boulevard on-ramps to eastbound SR-94 for drainage work. Curb ramp work will take place at the northwest corner of SR-94/Jamacha Boulevard and the northeast corner of Sweetwater Springs Boulevard/Agua Dulce Boulevard.

  • Monday— Westbound SR-94 closed from Avocado Boulevard/Calavo Drive to Sweetwater Springs Boulevard: Detour onto southbound State Route 54 (SR-54)/Jamacha Boulevard, then north onto Sweetwater Springs Boulevard to SR-94. 

Lanes may be closed Monday night at the eastbound SR-94/Kenwood Drive on-ramp for drainage work. Curb ramp work will take place at the northwest corner of SR-94/Jamacha Boulevard and the northeast corner of Sweetwater Springs Boulevard/Agua Dulce Boulevard.

 

  • Tuesday— Westbound SR-94 closed from Sweetwater Springs Boulevard to Kenwood Drive: Detour north on Sweetwater Springs Boulevard/Campo Road to Kenwood Drive south to SR-94.

Lanes may be closed Tuesday night at the eastbound SR-94/Kenwood Drive on-ramp for drainage work. Curb ramp work will take place at the westbound SR-94/Kenwood Drive off-ramp.

  • Wednesday— Westbound SR-94 closed from Kenwood Drive to Spring Street: Detour Kenwood Drive north to Campo Road west, to Spring Street, to westbound SR-94 and northbound/southbound State Route 125 (SR-125).

Lanes may be closed Wednesday night at the eastbound SR-94/Kenwood Drive on-ramp for drainage work

  • Thursday— Westbound SR-94 closed from Kenwood Drive to Spring Street: Detour Kenwood Drive north to Campo Road west, to Spring Street, to westbound SR-94 and northbound/southbound State Route 125 (SR-125).

Lanes may be closed Thursday night at the eastbound SR-94/Avocado Boulevard off-ramp for drainage work. Curb ramp work will take place at the eastbound SR-94/Kenwood Drive on-ramp.

The construction schedule is subject to change due to weather, traffic incidents or other construction related matters.

Please watch for highway workers and Be Work Zone Alert.

For real-time traffic information including traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities and more, go to http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/.

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