Caltrans has begun repaving a 1.7-mile section of State Route 37 between Lakeville Highway and the Petaluma River Bridge, a month-long job that will force lane closures.
Caltrans said the lane closures to correspond with the lighter traffic on reverse commutes. One lane will always be open in each direction during closure hours.
Ghilotti Brothers of San Rafael is the contractor on the $2.1 million project, which is expected to take one month to complete. During the project, the top layer of asphalt will be ground from the pavement and replaced with a fresh layer of rubberized asphalt.
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