In the Caltrans re-paving project of Highway 62, crews will be working in Twentynine Palms this week. Work will be done in the number 2 lanes (both westbound and eastbound), from Bermuda Ave to Athol Ave Monday, April 19 through Friday, April 23. Traffic will be controlled by a flagging operation from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. at various locations within the work area.
Caltrans is scheduled to begin work on a new road maintenance project on Highway 62 Monday, April 5. Reporter Andrew Dieleman has the details…
The $48 million mill and overlay project will take place on two stretches of Highway 62: from Indian Canyon Road in Riverside County to Yucca Mesa Road in Yucca Valley, and from Bermuda Avenue to 0.6 miles west of Utah Trail in Twentynine Palms. Work will take place Mondays through Fridays starting April 5 through summer 2023, with varying work hours. Next week, the contractor will be working from Bermuda Ave. (PM 29.30) to Athol Ave. (PM 33.59) from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. until April 9. Weekend work is not anticipated at this time. Traffic will be controlled with signage and flaggers. Motorists can check traffic updates at the link below.
This project will cold plane the existing asphalt pavement and overlay with rubberized HMA-Gap graded (RHMA-G) pavement, replace existing asphalt dike, construct raised curb median at SR-62 and Balsa Ave, construct sidewalk at SR-62 and Dryden Ave, upgrade and reconstruct various ADA curb ramps, improve pavement striping, marking and roadside signage. Additionally, certain existing signal and lighting systems will receive upgrades along with installing pedestrian hybrid beacon systems at SR-62 and Park Ave and SR-62 and Tamarisk Ave intersections.
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Caltrans is continuing construction on Interstate 10 from Beaumont to State Route 111 this week. From 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 28 to April 3, during daytime work hours. Monday through Friday, construction crews be working on eastbound lanes from 8th Street in Banning to Highway 111. The Haugen-Leman eastbound ramp is closed until May. During nighttime hours of 7 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., alternating lane will be closed in both directions from Pennsylvania Avenue in Beaumont to Highway 111.
Work continues for the I-10 Tune Up Pavement Rehabilitation project. Grading, paving and electrical work will occur. There is a new crossover going I-10 westbound from Main Street in Cabazon to 8th Street in Banning. Due to weather, the change to the new crossover was delayed. Traffic going westbound should be able to use this new crossover during the week of March 15. The eastbound direction will no longer be able to use this crossover, and the area is being restriped to accommodate this. More information on the I-10 Tune Up project is available below.
Work continues for the I-10 Tune Up, Pavement Rehabilitation project. Grading, paving and electrical work will occur. There is a new crossover going I-10 westbound from Main Street in Cabazon to 8th Street in Banning. Traffic going westbound should be able to use this new crossover during the week of March 7. The eastbound direction will no longer be able to use this crossover, and the area is being restriped to accommodate this.