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Construction could delay traffic on regional roads

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Drivers could face delays on regional roads during the weeks ahead thanks to road construction.

California Department of Transportation and Oregon Department of Transportation have scheduled the following roadwork:

Curry County

•US Hwy. 101 from milepost 352.28 to 357.87 (Lone Ranch Beach to Chetco River Bridge). Minor corrective work continues. Expect some single-lane closures in Brookings.

From milepost 358.81-361.54: Region 3 Culvert Repairs. Work will continue on the seven culverts in Brookings. The highway will be restricted to one lane in each direction, but no delays are expected.

Josephine County

•U.S. Hwy. 199 at Laurel: bridge replacement and highway widening. Watch for flaggers and expect a single lane of traffic during the daytime between Cave Junction north to Laurel Road as a contractor continues tree removal.

East and West Fork Bridge Replacements. Watch for flaggers and equipment leaving the work zone.

•Interstate 5 at milepost 58-52: Signing project. Watch for closed shoulders and occasional lane closure south- and north-bound from milepost 80-58. Flaggers will occasionally be controlling traffic on exit and entrance ramps.

Mendocino County

•Hwy. 101 from milepost 99.4-100.5, construction of Confusion Hill Bypass continues from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays. Expect intermittent closures to allow for concrete trucks, and 10-minute delays.


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