Caltrans begins work on culvert replacement near Running Springs

Apr 26, 2023 | State

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is alerting the public that construction contractors will begin emergency daytime work to perform culvert replacement operations on State Route 330 near Running Springs. This will occur north-bound (NB) and south-bound (SB) from north of City Creek Bridge to just south of Live Oak Drive, weather permitting.

Daytime work will occur Monday through Friday, beginning Monday April 24, 2023, from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. One-way flagging operations will be in place, to manage traffic from both directions. Replacement work is expected to continue for approximately two months and includes excavation, culvert replacement and removal, and sinkhole backfilling. All work is dependent on contractor receiving proper materials for each job function. It can be changed or canceled at any time.

Work is estimated to be completed June 2023. This estimate is current but may change due to additional weather or construction constraints.

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