caltrans trancas bridge replacement project - NIGHT TIME UTILITY WORK FRIDAY, MARCH 25 AND SATURDAY, MARCH 26.
daytime lane and shoulder closure on pch from Guernsey ave. to trancas cyn. weekdays - Watch for Workers & Vehicles in the road.
UPDATE MARCH 25, 2022 - As part of the Trancas Bridge Replacement Project, there will be nighttime work for utility relocation Friday March 25 and Saturday March 25, 2022, midnight to 6:00 AM on PCH around Trancas Canyon Rd. in Malibu. The work will require intermittent lane closures of the far-right lane and shoulder in both directions of PCH from Guernsey Ave. to Trancas Canyon Rd. Expect lighting, noise, and movement of workers and vehicles in and around the work area. Cyclists, motorists and pedestrians should proceed with caution. Motorists must adhere to the 30 mph temporary speed limit, with signs posted. Fines for speeding are doubled in highway construction or maintenance zones when workers are present under the California Vehicle Code.
Work continues on the project weekdays the week of March 28, 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. There may be unplanned intermittent lane and shoulder closures on both sides of PCH from Guernsey Ave. to Trancas Canyon Rd. No nighttime work is planned, and no queuing of work vehicles is planned before 7:00 AM.
Updates on this project will be posted on the City’s social media and via traffic alerts, and on the website at https://www.malibucity.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1435. Sign up for City traffic alerts at www.MalibuCity.org/News (scroll to Alert Center). Residents and businesses may send complaints or questions to Caltrans at TrancasBridgeProject@dot.ca.gov.
Caltrans is proposing to replace the existing 96-year old, 85-foot wide, 90-foot long concrete bridge, which was constructed in 1927 to span Trancas Creek on PCH in Malibu, with a new concrete bridge, which will be 105 feet wide by 240 feet long. The new bridge will provide two 12-foot traffic lanes, bike lanes, separate pedestrian lanes and 10-foot shoulders in each direction. Northbound and southbound traffic will be separated by a six-foot striped median. Completion is scheduled for summer of 2024.
For more background information on the project, visit the City’s webpage.