Drivers might want to be aware of likely delays on Highway 25 a week from Sunday, with work expected by Pacific Gas & Electric on a pole replacement.
According to a statement from PG&E:
PG&E will conduct a pole replacement operation through Caltrans permit to replace an electric pole on northbound Highway 25, nearly two miles south of Bloomfield Avenue, north of Hollister, south of US Highway 101 by the Santa Clara County line next Sunday, Sept. 30, Caltrans officials announced today. Details are as follows:
A northbound lane of Hwy. 25 will be closed for 200 yards for the pole replacement. Motorists will encounter one-way reversing traffic control with flagging from 5 am until 10 am. Motorists can expect traffic delays not to exceed 30 minutes. Motorists may detour this roadwork by turning right on Shore Rd., left on Frazier Lake, left on Bloomfield Ave., then right on Hwy. 25 to bypass/detour around the work zone.
Pole replacement and Guy/Anchor is being performed by PG&E through a Caltrans permit. Electronic message signs will be posted alerting motorists of this roadwork, which is scheduled to complete by 10 am on Sunday, Sept. 30.
Caltrans reminds motorists to move over slow down when driving through highway work zones.