Pavement rehabilitation work will continue on I-15 next week

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TEMECULA (CNS) – Pavement rehabilitation work will continue on Intestate 15 next week, with some lane closures set to occur during the overnight hours.
The $28 million project to replace the number 3 and 4 lanes on the freeway between the Riverside/San Diego County line to just north of the Temecula Creek Bridge will pick up again from Monday to Friday, according to Caltrans.
From 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., alternating lanes closures will take place while crews work.
The southbound Rainbow Valley Boulevard off-ramp will also be taken out of service while wildlife fencing and guard rail are installed.
Between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., work will continue in both directions behind k-rails without lane closures.
“Commuters should prepare for a new traffic pattern switch in mid-September. A new crossover lane will be used for travelers to utilize in the northbound direction. The southbound direction will return to all open lanes during the day,” Caltrans officials said.