SECOND PHASE OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION STARTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

SECOND PHASE OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION STARTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

The Town of Yucca Valley has begun the second phase of its highway construction project, the Transportation Congestion Relief Program. The first phase included raised medians from Kickapoo Trail to Elk Trail, and from Cherokee Trail to Apache Trail. The second phase includes sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and handicap ramps from Palm Avenue to Dumosa Avenue. Work will begin at Dumosa Avenue and proceed west to Palm Avenue. Highway 62 will be reduced to one lane in each direction during this construction phase, which is expected to last until March 28. Drivers are urged to use alternate routes, such as Sunnyslope Drive, Onaga Trail, and Joshua Drive. Drivers in the construction zone are reminded to obey speed limit signs, and all other construction signs.

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1 comment to SECOND PHASE OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION STARTS IN YUCCA VALLEY

  • Derwood Andrews

    These plans are the dumbest for a town I’ve ever seen. What’s next? A few railroad crossings for ghost trains, like the ghost pedestrians? Then tear it all up after business’s have closed due to unwilling U-Turners, in order to put the sewer in. The consequences to these works will ruin what was an uncongested small town that was a pleasure to drive through and hang out in. Well done morons…

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