North Torrey Pines road closures coming

Previously scheduled full road closures of North Torrey Pines Road have been cancelled this Saturday, Sept. 15, and Sunday, Sept. 16.

Beginning Monday evening, Sept. 17, at 9 p.m., bridge construction work will require the full road closure of North Torrey Pines Road from the Torrey Pines State Beach parking lot to Carmel Valley Road between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.  Evening closures will continue through Friday, Sept. 21, at 6 a.m.  Weekend full road closures will occur on Saturday, Sept. 22, between 7 a.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. Monday, Sept. 24.

Detours will divert southbound traffic to Carmel Valley Road and northbound traffic to Genesee Avenue, via Interstate 5.  Pedestrians and bicyclists will be diverted around the closure via Carmel Valley Road and the Torrey Pines State Beach parking lot. Pedestrians are not to use the North Torrey Pines Road Bridge or cross the railroad tracks in the area of the bridge. Please follow the posted detour route.

If you have any questions regarding this notice, please contact the City of Del Mar’s Deputy Director of Public Works, Joe Bride, at (858) 755-3294.

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  3. Temporary full closure of North Torrey Pines Road
  4. Temporary full closure of North Torrey Pines Road
  5. Temporary North Torrey Pines Road closures start tonight, Jan. 6

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