All outdoor dining furniture must be removed from San Benito Street prior to Oct. 26 at 5 a.m.
Portion of San Benito Street to be transformed into one-way thoroughfare.
$241 million project will occur in phases, with construction not expected to begin for several years.
Construction will start the week of Oct. 19.
If Caltrans can’t reach agreements with landowners, they’ll be settled in court.
Project would replace Highway 152 as the main route for trucks and connect it to Highway 25.
Northbound single lane closures begin at 8 p.m. and full closures between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m.. Weekday closures to start one hour earlier.
Over 19,000 meals served from local restaurants as part of Great Plates Delivered program.
Transportation agency sees increase of about $900K compared to last fiscal year.
Numerous projects underway, with others set to begin soon.
Project spanning from San Francisco to Los Angeles is scheduled for completion in 2033.
Looking to stay within budget, the two transportation agencies conduct a value analysis of the project resulting in six potential alternatives.
Despite objections from longtime residents, work is slated to start in January 2023.
Motorists can expect delays of up to 10 minutes while roadwork continues through August.
$1,000 scholarships awarded to five college bound seniors pursuing a career in transportation.
Free presentation to cover infrastructure, length of time to charge and more.
Restriction will be implemented during peak hours in an effort to improve traffic operations at the intersection.
Panoche Road backed up with cars and semis traveling into the county.
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