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Click here to see a Traffic Advisory Release from Caltrans regarding two-Way Traffic Restored on State Route 92 near Crystal Springs Reservoir; Crews Continue to Make Storm-Related Road Repairs
SAN MATEO COUNTY- Caltrans reinstated two-way traffic on State Route 92 (SR-92) near Crystal Springs Reservoir on Thursday morning, January 26 after crews made repairs on a storm-related slip out which formed on westbound SR-92 shoulder.
The slip out occurred due to the recent winter storms in Northern California as the embankment slope supporting the road was washed out. The slide became more severe, which resulted in one-way traffic control in the area.
Crews have been working day and night at making repairs on the WB shoulder and have stabilized the road which is safe for travel.
Caltrans will continue to work on making road repairs with nightly one-way traffic control.
This slip out is not related to the sinkhole on SR-92 near Upper State Route 35. There is still two-way traffic control in place.
Caltrans top priority is safety and understands these storm-related road repairs are impacting the daily commute for residents who live in Half Moon Bay and the Coastside Communities.
Please drive with caution. Slow for the Cone Zone and Be Work Zone Alert.
Caltrans will update its Twitter page at https://twitter.com/CaltransD4 on the latest highway conditions, and drivers are encouraged to check out Caltrans Quickmap http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/