SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Work crews will close a roughly mile-long section of southbound state Route 67 at the El Cajon-Santee border twice over the weekend to accommodate construction in the area.
The closing between Bradley and Woodside avenues will be in effect from 3 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, according to Caltrans.
Over those periods, southbound vehicles will be directed off the highway at Woodside Avenue and follow a posted detour to Magnolia Avenue and the
Bradley Avenue onramp.
The work is part of the "Sunny Side Gateway" project, which will extend state Route 52 between state Route 67 and state Route 125.
The $520 million construction job, which also calls for a "signature" bridge over Cuyamaca Street, is scheduled for completion in the spring.
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