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Road work

Monday

Motorists on Kenwood Drive, Plover Way and Pine Court can expect delays of up to 20 minutes while county work crews overlay the roads.



Nevada City and Grass Valley

— Work continues to raise manhole frames and valve boxes on Walsh, West Main and High streets; and Lidster Avenue. Crews will also place a street drain down Chapel Street from Collins Lane to the bottom of Chapel.




— Installation of a storm drain at Little Wolf Creek on South Auburn Street will slow traffic from East McKnight to Whiting Street. It may be necessary to close South Auburn to through traffic at various times.

Today-Saturday

— On Interstate 80 in Nevada County from just west of the Fibreboard undercrossing in Truckee to the Floriston Bridge over the Truckee River. Work continues on the rehabilitation of the roadway and replacement of the bridges between West Boca and Floriston.

Today

Interstate 80 (east of Truckee): Expect various lane closures affecting east and westbound from east of the central Truckee Interchange to east of the Floriston Bridge until8 a.m. on Friday. Multiple work areas may cause cumulative delays of up to 30 minutes.

— On Interstate 80 in Placer County from east of Gold Run to Drum. Work continues on a project to rehabilitate the roadway.

Today

— On Highway 49: Expect one-way traffic control and delays of five to 10 minutes at various locations between Camptonville and the Yuba Pass from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Crews are doing routine maintenance along the roadway.

Call the Caltrans Highway Information Network toll-free 800 number 24 hours a day: 1-800-427-7623 (ROAD), or check


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