This Friday morning, Jan 15, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, motorists should design slight trade delays on Golden Valley Road during State Route 14 due to few one-way trade control to accommodate construction for a Golden Valley Road Bridge Widening Project.
During this time, a westbound line on Golden Valley Road will be sealed as indispensable for petrify trucks that need entrance to a plan site. Traffic control devices, signage and flaggers will be placed to beam both westbound and eastward trade by a one line trade tranquil area. Traffic control will extend between a turnpike ramps.
The City will place fanciful summary signs (CMS boards) in a area to warning drivers of a trade delays and CHP crew will be on site to support with traffic.
The Golden Valley Road Bridge Widening Project will supplement an additional dual lanes of travel, one in any direction, for a sum of 4 by lanes on a bridge, as good as a dedicated left spin line to entrance a southbound State Route 14 and dual left spin lanes to entrance a northbound State Route 14. This plan will also supplement a walking corridor on a north side of a overpass and a bike trail on a south side of a bridge.
To watch a enlargement of a Golden Valley Road Bridge online, check out a live Construction Cam on a City’s website.
For additional information on a Golden Valley Road Bridge Widening Project, including trade schedules and detours, greatfully hit Project Manager Harry Corder during (661) 290-2290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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