District: District 11 — San Diego and Imperial Counties
Phone: (619) 688-6670
SAN DIEGO — Caltrans construction crews will continue pedestrian crossing ramp improvements in downtown Ramona along Main Street as part of the State Route 67 (SR-67) Pavement Rehabilitation Project. In addition, Caltrans construction crews will be placing K-Rail south of Johnson Lake Road along SR-67 which will result in occasional one-way traffic control Sunday night, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Nighttime work along Main Street is scheduled to take place on Sunday, March 26, through Monday, March 27, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. at the following locations:
- Ramona Street/Day Street and Main Street
- 15th Street and Main Street
- 14th Street and Main Street
- 13th Street and Main Street
Nighttime work includes jackhammering and breaking up of concrete, and residents may notice construction-related noise. The evening schedule is set to minimize traffic impacts and increase worker safety as crews work in lanes.
Once the concrete is broken up, crews will switch to daytime work in the same locations to pour new concrete and upgrade the access along SR-67/Main Street. As a result, travelers will notice that Main Street may be reduced to one lane in the construction zone.
This work is part of a year-and-a-half-long project to repair and improve 18 miles of travel way and shoulders SR-67 from just north of the San Diego River Bridge in Lakeside to State Route 78 in Ramona.
The work schedule is subject to change due to weather, traffic incidents, or other maintenance considerations. Travelers are reminded to watch for highway workers and moving equipment and to Be Work Zone Alert.
For real-time traffic information including traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities, and more, go to http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/
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