SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A stretch of northbound Interstate 805 near University City will be closed Tuesday night so Caltrans crews can restripe lanes.
The closure between La Jolla Village Drive and Interstate 5 will extend from 9:30 tonight to 5 a.m. Wednesday, according to Caltrans.
Most northbound traffic will be diverted onto westbound state Route 52, then onto northbound Interstate 5. State transit officials said motorists headed to destinations within the closure area would be allowed off the freeway at Governor and Nobel drives.
The work is part of an $86 million effort to add carpool lanes from just north of state Route 52 to north of Mira Mesa Boulevard and a direct access ramp at Carroll Canyon Road, according to Caltrans.
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Two San Diego police officers shot and wounded in a standoff in the College Area over the weekend are recovering Monday.
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