Date: October 21, 2013
District: District 4 –Oakland
Phone: (510) 286-5574
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Weekly Lane Closures for the San Mateo County Route 82
Smart Corridor Project
San Mateo County – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has scheduled the following lane closures for the week of October 21, 2013, through October 25, 2013 as part of the Route 82 (El Camino Real) Smart Corridor project.
Caltrans crews will install an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) system that provides traffic management tools to manage traffic on local streets and State Route 82. Improvements include, a fiber optic communication system, interconnection of local and State traffic signals, trailblazer signs, message signs, vehicle detection systems and fixed cameras. This system will run from the City of San Bruno to Redwood City.
Partners include: (C/CAG) City and County of Associated Governments of San Mateo County, US Department of Transportation-Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the following Cities, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame, San Mateo, Belmont, San Carlos and Redwood City.
Construction is expected to be completed in October, 2013. (Weather Permitting)
Monday, October 21, one lane closed, Eastbound, Route 84 between Marsh Road & University Avenue. 9:01pm to 2:01pm.
Monday, October 21, one lane closed, Southbound, Route 101 Connector Ramp, between Southbound Route 101 & Eastbound/Westbound Route 84(Marsh Road). 8:01pm to 7:01am.
Tuesday, October 22, one lane closed, Eastbound, Route 84, between Marsh Road & University Avenue. 9:01pm to 2:01pm.
Wednesday, October 23, one lane closed, Eastbound, Route 84, between Marsh Road & University Avenue. 9:01pm to 2:01pm.
Friday, October 25, one lane closed, Northbound, Route 84, between Route 84 & Notre Dame Avenue. 8:01pm to 8:01am
Friday, October 25, one lane closed, Southbound, Route 84, between Notre Dame Avenue & Route 84 9:01pm to 8:01am.
2 lanes will remain open to traffic during construction.
Changeable message signs will be in effect to help guide motorist through construction zones. Motorists should allow for extra travel time and expect delays.
For real-time traffic, click-on Caltrans Quick Maps at: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/
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Caltrans appreciates your patience as we work to improve the highways. Please remember to “Slow for the Cone Zone.”