LOMPOC, Calif. – Caltrans has announced work to improve traffic signals on Highway 1 from Ocean Avenue to Purisma Road/Harris Grade Road on Monday, February 11.
As part of the work, both directions of left lane will be closed on Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm. During those closures, the right lanes will remain open. The road work is expected to be completed on Friday, February 15.
Also as part of the construction, three consecutive intersections will be closed in the project area. Those driving through the construction zone may encounter delays up to 15 minutes. For more information, see story below.
Story provided by Jim Shivers/CaltransDistrict 5 Public Information Officer
A project to improve the traffic signal lights on Hwy. 1 (North H Street) from Ocean Avenue to Purisima Road/Harris Grade Road will begin on Monday, Feb. 11
The No. 1 (left lane) of Hwy. 1 (North H Street) will be closed in both directions Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. The No. 2 (right lane) will remain open. All road work and lane closures are scheduled to end on Friday afternoon, Feb. 15.
Motorists will encounter the closure of three consecutive intersections within the project area. All cross streets will remain open while alternating cross street turn pockets will be closed intermittently. Motorists can expect a delay not to exceed 15 minutes.
This project will ensure a safe roadway for those who travel Hwy. 1 (North H Street) in the Lompoc community.
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