Marker Replacement Work Begins in Shasta and Tehama Counties
REDDING – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans District 2) is beginning pavement marker replacement work at multiple locations on Interstate 5 between Cottonwood and Shasta Lake, State Route (SR) 44, SR 273, and SR 299 in Shasta and Tehama Counties. The project will replace raised reflective pavement markers that were damaged during plowing operations that were necessitated due to recent winter snowstorms in the Redding, Anderson, and Red Bluff areas.
The damaged markers will be removed and replaced at various areas on Interstate 5 from just south of Red Bluff to just north of Redding, on SR 44 through Redding, SR 273 through Anderson and Redding, and SR 299 through Redding to Bella Vista. The $380,000 project is estimated to replace 27,000 markers.
Construction activities will begin this week on SR 299. Motorists may encounter 7 pm to 7 am moving lane closures, and one-way reversible traffic control at some areas with up to 10-minute delays, with the potential for longer delays at times as needed for operations. Motorists are urged to slow down and drive carefully in and around construction areas and allow extra time for delays.
The project is currently anticipated to take 20 working days, and be completed by the end of April.
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