BOULDER CREEK — A lengthy closure has begun at Highway 35 in the Santa Cruz Mountains as crews work to complete major repairs stemming from damaging winter storms.
A full, 10-week closure of Highway 35 began Monday and ranges from Bear Creek Road to 0.28 miles south of Bear Creek Road, according to a Monday release from Caltrans.
Weather permitting, the highway is scheduled to remain closed at this location until Dec. 10 and once the work is completed, it will remain under one-way traffic control for several weeks thereafter.
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Using cranes and heavy machinery, workers will excavate at the repair site and construct a soldier pile wall to shore up a lane of the roadway, which sustained damage during last season’s winter storms.
Message and directional signs have been placed in advance of the project area. During the closure, crews will suspend work to allow for the passage of emergency vehicles, according to the release.
Road information is at quickmap.dot.ca.gov.