BONSALL (CNS) - Lanes of State Route 76 will be shifted over the next three weekends in Bonsall to accommodate a road widening project, Caltrans announced Thursday.
When construction is finished in about nine months, there will be two lanes in each direction through the area, Hayden Manning of Caltrans said. The eastbound side has been completed, but the westbound direction still needs work, he said.
Beginning this upcoming weekend, one lane in each direction will be shifted onto the new pavement at E. Vista Way, according to Manning.
He said the same thing will occur the following weekend at N. Santa Fe Avenue, and the weekend after that at Old River Road.
The highway carries around 30,000 cars per day between East Vista Way and Interstate 15.
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