RIO VISTA — Drivers in rural Rio Vista should expect delays as a paving project on Highway 84 gets started.
The work will take place on northbound and southbound Highway 84 between Highway 12 near the Rio Vista bridge and the Cache Slough ferry-Real McCoy II ferry slip in Solano County, according to the California Department of Transportation.
Caltrans classifies the work as pavement rehabilitation.
Work is scheduled to start Tuesday and continue through Oct. 25. Work will start each day at 6 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. All work is dependent on weather conditions.
One-way traffic controls will be in effect on Highway 84 between Rio Vista and the Real McCoy II ferry slip. Crews will alternate lane closures in both northbound and southbound directions to allow one lane on the highway to remain open during the work, Caltrans reports.
Flaggers will help direct traffic. Caltrans will also install portable message signs to alert drivers to the project.
Caltrans advises people who plan to drive through the work zone to expect delays and allow for extra travel time.
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