One-Way Traffic Control on Hwy 1 near Meyers Grade


District: 4 - Oakland
Contact: Jeff Weiss              
Phone: (510) 715-8770

To Continue Until October

Caltrans issues emergency contract to repair fire-damaged walls.

Sonoma County – Earlier this week, Caltrans established one-way traffic control on Highway 1 near Meyers Grade between Jenner and Fort Ross in northern Sonoma County after a wildfire damaged four timber retaining walls.
One-Way Traffic Control on Hwy 1 near Meyers Grade
Caltrans inspectors found significant damage to the retaining walls, which bolster the oceanside cliffs below the southbound lane.

Caltrans issued an emergency contract to repair the flame-damaged retaining walls.  Although it’s early in the design process, Caltrans estimates the road will reopen to two-way traffic in October 2020.

Flaggers are now controlling traffic, but Caltrans will install traffic signals in the next several weeks.

Motorists should expect five-minute delays.

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