Traffic conditions Nov 21 (update)

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One of two lanes on Highway 101 north of Comminsky Station Road to north of Frog Woman Rock is closed due to miscellaneous work, expected to end December 31.

One of two lanes on Highway 101 at Feliz Creek to Rosetti Creek is closed due to utility work by PG&E.

One of two lanes on Highway 253 from Cattle Pass to Butler Ranch is closed due to highway construction expected to end at 4:01pm November 21.

One of two lanes on Highway 20 west of Willits from sage Horn to Martins Gate is closed due to shoulder work expected to end at 5:01 pm November 21.

In Covelo, at 22000-22999 Greeley Street, a vehicle that was parked on the side of the road for several weeks has been pushed into the road and is blocking one lane of Greeley.

One of two lanes of Highway 101 in Leggett at CalFire is closed due to emergency work expected to end November 30.

Also in Leggett, one of two lanes of Highway 101 from Dora Creek Bridge to Bridges Creek Bridge is closed due to slide removal, expected to end 4:01pm November 21.

Scheduled roadwork includes the following:

Route 1 (20.8) Bridge deck repairs at Brush Creek, one-way traffic control 7am-11pm, weekdays. Motorists should expect 5-minute delays.

Route 20 (33.2-39.2) Pavement repairs from North Calpella Overcrossing to Cold Creek Bridge #3, one-way traffic control 7pm-6:30am weekdays, motorists should expect 20-minute delays.

Route 101 (5.0) Bridge deck repairs at the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge near Frog Woman Rock, traffic restrictions both directions 7am-11pm weekdays, motorists should expect minor slowdowns.

Route 101 (33.5-42.5) pavement marker replacement south of Uva Drive near Redwood Valley to the new junction of 20/101 7am-6pm or overnight 9pm-6am weekdays, motorists should expect minor slowdowns.

Route 101 (41.2-44.0) Bridge rail upgrades at the South Willits Overhead. Northbound traffic will be restricted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Motorists should expect minor slowdowns.

Route 101 (93.5) slide repairs just south of Standish-Hickey park. One-way traffic with a temporary signal, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 5 minute delays.

 

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