Citing the upcoming week’s climate forecast, a contractor for the California Division of Transportation will start fixing an growth joint on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge stretch of Interstate 580 subsequent week.

The Red Tea Detox

Efforts to interchange the affected joint will take ten in a single day work shifts from 9 p.m. to Four a.m., with one lane of site visitors remaining open in each instructions, with all work scheduled for completion inside two weeks.

On Friday night time, Caltrans crews changed a six-foot steel plate initially put in over the joint with an eight-foot plate by 1 a.m. Saturday.

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“The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge stays secure and open to the general public,” CalTrans District Four director Tony Tavares stated in a press release Sunday night.

“Out of an abundance of warning, CalTrans engineers will proceed to recurrently monitor the bridge till the everlasting restore is made.”

Contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.


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