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Sweetwater Road Temporary Closure
Sweetwater Road at Interstate 805 (I-805) will be closed intermittently overnight through August 29 to accommodate work to widen the freeway bridge. The sporadic closures will be between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. Motorists are urged to avoid the area or take alternative routes. Motorists will be detoured around Sweetwater Road at I-805 during nighttime closures.

THE TEMPORARY DETOURS ARE AS FOLLOWS: Westbound Sweetwater Road Closure at I-805: Drivers traveling west on Sweetwater Road will be detoured south onto Plaza Bonita Road, then west onto E Street/Bonita Road, north on 2nd Avenue to westbound Sweetwater Road.

Eastbound Sweetwater Road Closure at I-805: Drivers traveling east on Sweetwater Road will be detoured south onto 2nd Avenue, then east on E Street/ Bonita Road, north on Plaza Bonita Road to eastbound Sweetwater Road.

Residents adjacent to I-805 near Bonita Road and Telegraph Canyon Road can also expect intermittent overnight construction noise through August 29 as workers demolish portions of the freeway shoulder for drainage work. The work will be between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.

The work is part of the first phase of the I-805 South Express Lanes Project, a $1.4 billion effort to create a modern new transportation backbone for South County. Construction on the first phase of the project began in June. Work includes building one carpool lane in each direction along an eight-mile segment of the freeway stretching from East Palomar Street in Chula Vista to State Route 94 in San Diego. The project is expected to be completed in 2014.

In an effort to reduce congestion during construction, travelers are being encouraged to consider alternative routes to work and school, especially during peak travel periods. One solution is to take the South Bay Expressway. Use the South Bay Expressway for an easy, stress-free commute to downtown, Sorrento Valley, Santee, Interstate 8 and Interstate 15, Otay Mesa, Mexico and more.

Construction crews will work to minimize impacts to nearby businesses, residents, and commuters. Your patience is appreciated during construction. For more information about the project, please visit

Posted: August 12, 2013

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