Traffic on Los Osos Valley Road recently shifted to the newly widened San Luis Creek Bridge as part of the ongoing $33 million construction project at the Highway 101 interchange.
The project now moves into the seventh of eight stages, according to a news release from the city of San Luis Obispo. The seventh stage is expected to last two to three months. Once completed, Los Osos Valley Road will be four lanes from Calle Joaquin to South Higuera Street.
During stage seven, drivers should continue to expect delays because there remains only one lane in each direction on Los Osos Valley Road over the highway, and temporarily there will be no access to the Highway 101 onramps for westbound traffic. A sidewalk is available for pedestrians. Cyclists may travel through the construction area, but a designated bike lane will not be in place until after the project is completed.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The Tribune