Highway One closure update, 7/14/17

*NO MAJOR CONVOYS SCHEDULED FOR NEXT WEEK (JULY 17-20)*

HIGHWAY 1 UPDATE – THURSDAY, JULY 13:
State Route 1 in Monterey County continues to be closed from north of Salmon (just south of the Ranger Station (PM 3) to Pfeiffer Canyon (PM 45.5), which is south of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge construction site, with the exception of 10 miles (Gorda to Limekiln State Park) that is accessible only via Nacimiento-Fergusson Road.

REMINDER: travelers CANNOT go all the way on Hwy 1 but local businesses are open on both sides of the closure points at Pfeiffer Canyon and Salmon Creek.

Mud Creek (PM 8.9)
Mud Creek had a major slide on Saturday, May 20, 2017, losing 5 million cubic yards of material. Geotechnical and radar assessments continue at the site it remains impassable.

Paul’s Slide (PM 21.6)
The targeted opening for the road at Paul’s Slide is mid-July (July 15-20). Until then, access through Paul’s Slide continues with the following schedule for local residents and deliveries:

Access times for the morning and evening
Sat-Thursday: 5:30 am to 6 am and 7 pm to 7:30 pm
Friday: 5:30 am –8 am and 6 pm to 7:30 pm

12:00 noon Monday/Wednesday/Friday
A single caravan south and a single caravan north will be allowed. You must be in line by noon! There may be up to a 45-minute delay to clear the road before the opening.

Delivery vehicles (restricted to 30 feet maximum length and 50,000 lbs. maximum weight) can use all access windows shown above.

Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge [PCB] (PM 45.52)
· Steel girders continue to be fabricated in Vallejo, CA and are being sent to Linden, CA (near Stockton) for painting before being trucked to the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge construction site.
· Temporary Tower completion and welding

~ by bigsurkate on July 13, 2017.

One Response to “Highway One closure update, 7/14/17”

  1. Kate,

    Side note, just had a dark half blue & half yellow helicopter (never seen one of these with those colors) scope CV Road 50 feet or so tracing above the power lines past the village all the way up to the great wilderness of Cachagua & beyond.

    Like

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