Roadwork for the Susanville Capital Maintenance Paving project is continuing in town. Caltrans recently released a progress report detailing what drivers can expect for the upcoming week.
Caltrans and Hat Creek Construction reported the project’s developments and future expectations, which began Aug. 6. Mogen said travelers would be affected from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. from the evening of Tuesday Sept. 4 through the morning of Friday Sept 7.
There is no electrical work scheduled for the upcoming week.
The estimated percentage of the project’s completion, according to the DOT, is at 8 percent; with the estimated completion date is set for April 29, 2019.
Workers will do demolition for new curbs and gutters, as well as lay curbs gutters and sidewalk concrete at various locations between East Riverside Drive and North Pine.
Drainage systems and culvert installations will occur at various locations as the materials become available.
The construction teams will perform asphalt grinding and paving; and will complete pavement from the Susan River Bridge to Richmond Road. They will also begin grinding and paving at the town hill.
This past week, drainage work on town hill reached 95 percent completion and additional drainage work was completed in town.
New curbs and gutters were placed at parts of East Riverside Drive, Johnstonville Road and Fair Street.
Grinding and paving work from the Susan River Bridge to Richmond Road is 90 percent completed.
If you are interested in receiving a personal weekly report for the Susanville CAPM project from Cal Trans, reach out to Project Manager Mike Mogen at [email protected] or call his office at 225-2543.