• Cone Zone for June 29 and later

    Highway 1 Storm Repair Along the Big Sur Coast
    Due to past slides, State Route 1 is now closed at the Ranger Station North Ragged Point Inn and at Mud Creek.

    Highway 1 Climbing Lane Project: July 2 – July 6

    Our area is expected to experience heavy holiday traffic this weekend through next Sunday.  Highway 1 will be especially affected.  Please plan accordingly, allow extra travel time.  Check travel apps such as Waze for sigalerts related to this intersection.

    Work crews will have regular daytime work hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  There will be no work at the construction site on Wednesday, July 4th.

    ·         ‘No Parking” signs have been placed near the entrance of Point Lobos on the east side of Highway 1.  This will keep the highway shoulder clear and allow better access by emergency vehicles which is particularly important during heavy holiday traffic.  CHP will enforce this restriction.


    ·         More lane arrows have been added to help keep those crossing Highway 1 at Rio Road out of the right lane, which is a right turn only lane.  To avoid congestion, those leaving the Crossroads can use Carmel Rancho Boulevard to pick up Highway 1.


    ·         Caltrans crews will be onsite Monday working to coordinate their light at Highway 1 and Rio Road with the County light at Rio and the Crossroads.


    Drivers wishing to avoid the intersection may detour to Carmel Valley Road and Carmel Rancho Boulevard. All business and shopping centers remain open during construction.

    Sign up to receive text message alerts by texting Climbinglane to 888777.

    Highway 68 – Monterey to Laguna Seca: July 1 – July 5
    Nighttime tree removal work along eastbound Highway 68 between York School Road and Blue Larkspur Lane will result a lane closure and delays 9:00 p.m. to 5 a.m.

    Highway 68 – Highway 1 Monterey: July 5 – 6
    The onramp from westbound Highway 68 to northbound Highway 1 will be closed for bridge work from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Motorist are advised use Highway 218 (Canyon Del Rey Boulevard) as the detour route.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 29, 2018

    Topics: Front PG News


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