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Posted on: July 8, 2019

Upcoming Traffic Improvements: Main Street/Highway 92, and Highway 1/Highway 92

The City is about to begin a traffic improvement project designed to help alleviate weekend traffic congestion at the intersections of Highways 1 and 92, and Highway 92 and Main Street.

The City is about to begin a traffic improvement project designed to help alleviate weekend traffic congestion at the intersections of Highways 1 and 92, and Highway 92 and Main Street.

Implementation of these improvements is scheduled to start the week of July 8, and they are anticipated to take about two weeks to complete.

Northbound Main Street turning right onto Highway 92: installation of a "No Right Turn on Red" on northbound Main Street to eastbound 92, on Saturdays and Sundays from 2 to 8 p.m. This is to help address the typical backup on eastbound 92 as people leave Half Moon Bay on weekend evenings. There will be no traffic impacts from the work to install the sign. Click here to view location graphics.

Southbound Highway 1 turning left onto Highway 92: installation of a "Do Not Block Intersection - Min. Fine $285" sign to help prevent motorists from blocking the intersection. There will be no traffic impacts from the work to install the sign. Click here to view location graphics.

Highway 92 just east of the intersection with Highway 1: installation of raised separators on 92 between eastbound lanes 2 and 3 (for approximately 212 feet), to prevent those vehicles that turn right from northbound Highway 1 from crossing lanes and blocking through traffic lanes. This work will require a lane closure with traffic control: one of the two left turns on southbound Highway 1 and the right turn on northbound Highway 1 will be closed 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a maximum of two days. Traffic control will be provided to route traffic around the work zone. Click here to view location graphics.

If you have questions, or would like more information please send an email to publicworks@hmbcity.com. We apologize for the inconvenience during this work, and thank you for your patience.


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