Caltrans continues to assess the Highway 1 closure

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Ragged Point in San Luis Obispo County south of Deetjen’s Inn in Monterey County on Highway 1 remains closed and undergoing repairs for the foreseeable future.

Caltrans crews plan to work seven days a week during daylight hours, weather permitting.

San Luis Obispo County is in the forecast for precipitation from Sunday, March 19 through Wednesday, March 22 next week.

Roads with obstructions that are currently being assessed and repaired can be seen below.

Crews responded to a slide south of the Torre Canyon Bridge today.

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The slide into Donny Creek between the Hermitage entrance and the town of Lucia is under evaluation.

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Paul’s Slide is scheduled to be closed for the long term. Approximately 500,000 cubic yards of material will be crushed, molded and stabilized.

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This highway failure is north of the town of Gorda.

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Repairs to the slide on the north side of Mud Creek will include debris removal, slope stabilization and replacement of safety netting. A boulder the size of a shipping container rests on the slippery material directly above the roadway.

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The smaller slides were repaired and cleared by crews in accordance with the Department of Transportation.

Updates on the estimated reopening times for each of these sites will be provided as this information becomes available, which can be found on Caltrans District 5’s social media platforms.

Caltrans urges drivers to drive slowly and carefully through work zones for the safety of crew members.

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