By Staff Reports
(Barstow)–The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in partnership with Sully-Miller Contracting Company is expected to begin work on the $15 million cold plane and asphalt concrete pavement rehabilitation project in the City of Barstow later this month on Monday, August 24th. The project limits range from 1.2 miles South of Sidewinder Road Overcrossing (Outlet Center Drive) to Mojave River Bridge.
Most mainline closures will be conducted during the nighttime hours in order to mitigate impacts to travel during commuting hours. The project will also require shoulder work and ramp closures. The estimated completion of this project is mid-June of 2021.
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