Caltrans is repaving a four-mile stretch of State Route 92 (SR 92) in San Mateo County between the junction of Interstate 280 to Pilarcitos Creek Road. Graniterock is the contractor on this four-month, $4.2 million project that will rehabilitate the pavement, laying a new lift of asphalt, improving the ride for coastside traffic.
The paving project covers a stretch of highway that begins near the Crystal Springs Reservoir, travels over the coastal mountains and ends near the Christmas Tree farm and Pilarcitos Creek Road, about three miles east of Half Moon Bay.
Caltrans has scheduled the work to occur at night in this largely rural area. Work hour will be Sunday through Thursday nights between 9:00 PM – 5:00 AM.
Work crews will implement one-way traffic controls during the project, stopping traffic in the eastbound direction of travel to allow westbound lanes to travel through the work zone, and vice versa.
SR 92 is a two-lane highway except for a truck-climbing lane in the eastbound direction between Pilarcitos Creek and the summit at State Route 35.