Current Road Construction to Avoid in San Diego and the Central Coast

Roadway construction can inconveniently add time to one’s morning and afternoon commute. Knowing where road construction is gives drivers the ability the plan for extra time. Additionally, knowledge of roadway closures and construction also lets people know what areas to avoid. Especially where rush hour traffic is concerned, it may be a good choice to choose alternative routes. Drivers in San Diego have a few different areas to avoid right now. Additionally, there is also quite a bit of road construction going on around the Central Coast too. Listed below are areas to avoid during construction hours.

San Diego County Road Construction

Vista

Cherimoya Drive to Estrelita Drive
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
01/13/2014 to 06/06/2014

Lakeside

8956 Winter Gardens Bl to Gardena Way
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
01/14/2014 to 03/14/2014

Fallbrook

3592 Lake Circle Drive
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
01/23/2014 to 04/30/2014

Escondido

Summit Drive from East to Mary Lane
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
12/26/2014 to 05/20/2014

Santa Barbara County Road Construction

Edgemont Drive at Montrose Place
02/04/2014 to 02/06/2014

San Jose Creek Bridge closed for construction, Kinevan Road

South Route 166 closed, detour available
One mile east of Jct. South Route 1

City of San Luis Obispo Road Construction

SR41- Delays
One-way controlled traffic at various from 1.7 miles south of Jct. SR 229 to Jct. SR 220

Dealing with Road Construction: Real Time

If you do happen to get stuck in bad traffic related to roadway construction, there are a few issues to consider. It may be tempting to get on the phone or crank up the radio to pass the time, but it’s a better idea to just pay attention to the road. Stop and go traffic is a prime time for rear-end accidents. Additionally, keep an eye out for construction workers. They get pretty close to the roadway, so make sure to give them plenty of room. Planning ahead and taking alternative routes are great strategies for avoiding the current road construction going on in San Diego and along the Central Coast.

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