What are the traffic conditions on Highway 101?

What are the traffic conditions on Highway 101?

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Where did the car crash on Highway 101 happen?

An Ojai man died early Sunday morning after his vehicle crashed into a tree on Highway 101 near Ventura. The crash happened around 2 a.m. on Highway 101 northbound at Seaward Avenue. For reasons that Read More

Is the Highway 101 south of Crescent City Open?


Are there any construction on Highway 101 in California?

Del Norte County – California – 1-WAY CONTROLLED TRAFFIC AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS FROM 5.7 MI NORTH OF THE JCT OF SR 197 /AT OCEAN VIEW AVE/ (DEL NORTE CO) FROM 0530 HRS TO 1730 HRS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY THRU 7/6/21 – DUE TO CONSTRUCTION Coos County – Oregon – Construction is occurring in Coos Bay at mile post 236 to mile post 238. Use caution.

Is the northbound 101 in Mountain View still blocked?

All northbound lanes 101 were still blocked and traffic was being diverted off to Old Middlefield Way. Southbound left and center lanes remained blocked. “We know it is slow going, but we appreciate everyone’s patience as all involved work to resolve this call peacefully,” police said in a tweet. No additional details were immediately available.

Where are the 101 Express lanes going to be?

The 101 Express Lanes between Interstate 380 (I-380) to SR-237 are under construction. Existing carpool lanes are being converted to express lanes between SR-237 and Whipple Avenue and new express lanes will be constructed between Whipple Avenue and I-380 (red striped line on map below).

Is there road work on Fulton St San Francisco?

Roadwork on CA-1 Southbound between Fulton St (San Francisco) and Taraval St (San Francisco). Lane closed until 5 PM. Wednesday, June 30, 2021 7 (Caltrans) Show on map

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