Carmel Mountain Road on-ramp to be closed during repair

By Karen Billing
Staff Writer

The Carmel Mountain Road on-ramp to northbound Interstate 5 will be closed during construction.

According to Caltrans’ traffic control plan, beginning at El Camino Real only the two right lanes will be open to traffic, although motorists will be able to access the two left-turn lanes at Torrey View Court. The two center lanes will be closed until the final completion of the ramp repairs.

Work was scheduled to begin Oct. 10 and could take up to 60 days to complete.

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