Caltrans has scheduled an emergency closure of southbound Highway 101 in northern Sonoma County Tuesday afternoon.
Caltrans has scheduled nighttime ramp closures at the Highway 101-Highway 12 interchange in Santa Rosa this week.
Part of Highway 37 is scheduled to close for the entire weekend for road maintenance Friday night, Caltrans said. It is the second consecutive weekend of highway closure for the repaving project. The roadway will also be closed at night next week.
Another small piece of the Sonoma-Marin Narrows Highway 101 project opened this morning. Caltrans said the northbound off-ramp at the new Petaluma Boulevard South/Kastania Road interchange is now open to traffic.
A Caltrans maintenance project will close Highway 37 for the entire weekend starting at 10 p.m. Friday.
Under the new law, motorists are required by law to give at least three feet of space between their vehicle and the cyclist. In cases where this is not possible, motorists must slow to a speed that is reasonable and prudent, and must pass only when doing so will not endanger the cyclist.
Readers have complained about the loud nighttime work that Caltrans is doing on Highway 12 in Santa Rosa. The project will repave the highway from Melita Road to Mission Boulevard. Here is an update from Caltrans of the work for this coming week
Southbound Highway 101 will be closed at the Petaluma River Bridge tonight from midnight to 4 a.m. and Sept. 19 from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
The Sonoma County-based Kashia Band of Pomo Indians has purchased two electric vehicles and two plug-in-hybrids using a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
Caltrans Tuesday morning activated the southbound onramp traffic signals along Highway 101, many of which have sat idle since they were installed more than a decade ago. The lights, some of which were switched on Monday, will be set to solid green for the first week so that drivers can get used to them