CARPINTERIA The Santa Barbara County Association of Governments released an update Friday on next week’s work on the Highway 101: Linden and Casitas Pass construction project.
From Monday through Wednesday crews will be restriping lanes and moving concrete safety barriers to prepare for the next stages of work, according to a press release from SBCAG.
Highway 101 will have alternating lane closures between Linden and Bailard avenues. One lane will remain open.
From 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Wednesday, the northbound onramps at Casitas Pass Road and Linden Avenue will have alternating closures as needed. From 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Wednesday the southbound offramp at Casitas Pass Road will be closed as needed.
Via Real is closed from Casitas Pass Road to the old northbound Highway 101 onramp. Local residents have one-way access to Hales Lane on Via Real. Pedestrians can use the sidewalk on Via Real, but people are asked to refrain from entering the construction area.
The new southbound Highway 101 onramp at Casitas Pass Road is open and the temporary ramp has been removed.
The offramp at Linden Avenue is closed for approximately six to nine months. Drivers are asked to use the of-ramps at Reynolds Avenue or Casitas Pass Road to reach the beach and downtown Carpinteria.