Caltrans crews are scheduled to continue working on a number of roadwork projects in the area.

Here’s what motorists can expect:

 

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.

 

Short-term project

  • State Route 45: Between Wilson Bend Road and State Route 20, motorists can expect the lane restrictions from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. today for drainage work.

 

Yuba County

long-term projects

  • State Route 20: Work continues on a $16.8 million project funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 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 intermittent one-way traffic control from 5:30 a.m.-3 p.m. today and Tuesday for paving work.
  • State Route 20: Construction continues on a $28.5 million safety project to straighten and flatten curves, widen shoulders, repave the roadway and improve drainage in the Smartsville area. Completion is expected in 2020. No traffic-interfering work is scheduled.
  • 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 early 2019.
  • State Route 20: Between I Street and Blue Street, motorists can expect various lane and shoulder restrictions from 8 p.m.-6 a.m. today through Friday for concrete and crack seal work.
  • State Route 70: Between Second Street to Sixth Street and 14th Street to 18th Street, motorists can expect various lane and shoulder restrictions from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. today for concrete and curb, gutter and sidewalk work.

 

Sutter County

long-term project

  • State Route 99: Utility relocation work has started 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.

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