Caltrans has work scheduled on a number of projects in the region this week.

Here’s what motorists can expect:

 

Glenn County

short-term project

  • State Route 32: Between the Sacramento River Bridge and Butte County line, motorists can expect one-way traffic control from today through 6 a.m. Sunday for utility work.

Butte County

long-term project

  • State Route 70: Work continues a $48.6 million project by Caltrans and the Butte County Association of Governments to widen the existing two-lane highway to five lanes south of Oroville between Ophir Road and Palermo, create a continuous two-way left-turn lane, widen the shoulders and increase the clear recovery zone area for errant vehicles to safely recover and correct direction. Completion is expected in 2019. No traffic-interfering work is scheduled.

Short-term projects

  • State Route 99: At the Pentz Road overcrossing, northbound motorists can expect a full ramp closure from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. today for electrical work.
  • State Route 99: Between East First Avenue and the Mud Creek Bridge, northbound motorists can expect various lane restrictions from 9 p.m.-6 p.m. today for landscape work.

Colusa County

long-term project

  • State Routes 20/45: Utility relocation work continues in advance of a $13.5 million project by Caltrans, the city of Colusa and Colusa County to replace the old pavement, flatten the roadway, construct new sidewalks, curbs and gutters and improve drainage between Market Street and Butte Vista Way. Roadway construction is expected to start in 2020. No traffic-interfering work is scheduled.

Yuba County

long-term projects

  • State Route 20: Construction has wrapped up on a $28.9 million safety project to straighten and flatten curves, widen shoulders, construct a new bridge, repave the roadway and improve drainage in the Smartsville area. Completion is expected in 2019. Project Completed.
  • State Route 20: Work continues on a $16.8 million project funded by Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, to rehabilitate the pavement, widen shoulders and realign the roadway between Loma Rica Road to Spring Valley Road.
  • State Route 20: Between Loma Rica Road and Spring Valley Road, motorists can expect one-way traffic control from 6 a.m.-5 p.m. today through Thursday for utility work.
  • State Routes 20/70: Work continues on a $3.8 million project to upgrade sidewalks, ADA ramps, curbs and gutters at various locations in Marysville to meet current standards. Completion is expected in 2019. No traffic-interfering work is scheduled.
  • State Route 70: Work continues on an $83 million funded by Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, to replace the Simmerly Slough Bridge. Completion is expected in spring 2022.
  • State Route 70: Between Binney Junction and Laurellen Road, motorists can expect intermittent one-way traffic control from 8 p.m.-6 a.m. today through Thursday and 9 p.m. Friday to 8 a.m. Saturday for highway construction work.

Short-term projects

  • State Route 49: Between Camptonville Road and the Sierra County line, motorists can expect intermittent one-way traffic control from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. today and Friday for paving work.
  • State Route 70: At the Olivehurst Avenue and North Beale Road, north- and southbound motorists can expect various full ramp closures from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. today through Thursday for pavement marker replacement work. No two consecutive ramps will be closed at one time.

Sutter County

long-term projects

  • State Route 20: Work continues on a $37.7 million project funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, to restore nearly 12 lane miles of pavement between Lytle Road and the Sutter Bypass, widen the shoulders and replace the Wadsworth Canal Bridge. Completion is expected in 2020.
  • State Route 20: Between the east end of the Sutter Bypass and Lytle Road, motorists can expect one-way traffic control from 8 p.m.-5 a.m. today through Thursday for K-rail installation work.
  • State Route 99: Utility relocation work continues in advance of a $37 million pavement and streetscape project by Caltrans and the city of Live Oak to replace the old pavement, flatten the roadway, construct new sidewalks, curbs and gutters, upgrade drainage systems, and improve traffic signals, bicycle and pedestrian signals between Pennington Road and Elm Street. Roadway construction is expected to start in 2020. No traffic-interfering work is scheduled.

Short-term projects

  • State Route 20: Between El Margarita Road and George Washington Boulevard, westbound motorists can expect intermittent lane restrictions today through 5 p.m. Friday for traffic signal loop installation work.
  • State Route 99: Between the Striplin Road and the State Route 70 junction, southbound motorists can expect the right shoulder closed from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. today through Friday for highway construction work.

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