Traffic delays expected on Crow Canyon west of San Ramon

Contractor testing soils for several days starting Monday

Crow Canyon Road west of San Ramon will see traffic reduced to one lane during daytime hours starting Monday while crews conduct soils boring in previously rain-damaged areas, according to Alameda County officials.

The boring is scheduled to occur between mile marker 6.08 and 6.21 from 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. during working days, which will begin Monday and last for "several days," according to the Alameda County Public Works Agency.

The testing will provide critical information for engineers who are designing repairs for areas that were damaged during heavy rainstorms last year, according to county officials.

During work hours, traffic will be reduced to one lane and road crews will be out directing motorists around the testing area, officials said. Motorists should expect delays and are advised to use extra caution when driving through the work area.

Crow Canyon Road is a popular non-freeway or cut-through option for drivers between the San Ramon Valley and other parts of the East Bay.

For more information and updates, visit the agency website.


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