A big rig is on its side on Highway 162, between Highway 101 and Tatu. As of 11am, there was one-way traffic control around it. No one was injured.
On Route 20, there will be paving work between the Lake County line and a private road. There will be one-way traffic control from 8am to 5pm weekdays.
On Route 20, pavement repairs with one-way traffic control from the North Calpella Overcrossing to Road 260 is expected to continue.
One of two lanes on Highway 101 at Cal Fire at Leggett is still closed, due to work expected to be done January 31.
Further south, one of two lanes on the 101 north of Cloverdale is closed, due to work from 1.5 miles north of Comminsky Station Road to north of Frog Woman Rock expected to be finished December 31.
Highway 101 is still closed from Piercy, in northern Mendocino County, to the Humboldt County line, from mile marker 106.80 to mile marker 103.97. There is currently a detour diverting traffic from Highway 101 to Highway 271, due to emergency work expected to be finished December 30.
The following roads will be closed until further notice:
Miner Hole Road, at mile marker 0.15 (600 feet from Highway 1, in Point Arena)
Fort Bragg, Sherwood Road, from mile marker 5.08 to 27.54
Ten Mile Road, from mile marker 0.18 to 1.68
Navarro Ridge Road, from mile marker 8.82 to 13.10
Usal Road, from mile marker 6.26 to 24.30
Road work coming up this week includes:
Starting Thursday, December 29, PG&E will be doing utility repairs on Route 1 near Andiron Road in Little River. There will be one-way traffic from 9am to 3pm.
The 101 near Standish-Hickey Park is one-way, with a temporary traffic signal, due to slide work.
One of two lanes of Highway 101 near Cal Fire in Leggett is still closed, due to emergency work.
On Route 162, PG&E will be doing utility work near the Town Creek Bridge, starting December 23. There will be one-way traffic control from 9am to 4pm.