Edhat
npr edvertisers
visitors movie times

Santa Barbara Weather: 56.8°F | Humidity: 100% | Pressure: 29.93in (Steady) | Conditions: Mostly Cloudy | Wind Direction: North | Wind Speed: 0.0mph [see map]

Free Newsletter
Advertise
  login You create the news! Send your news item to ed@edhat.com
 
 
login
    15839 Subscribers
      674 Paid (4.3%)
     12 Comments
     10 Commenters
     22840 Page Views
 
 

 
Veterans Day Weekend
Veterans Day Weekend
 
Boxtales 20 Year Anniversary Festival
Boxtales 20 Year Anniversary Festival
 
The Winehound
The Winehound
 
Advertise on Edhat
Advertise on Edhat
 
News Events Referrals Deals Classifieds Comments About

more articles like this

Long Term Closure of Gaviota Rest Area
updated: Apr 22, 2014, 9:25 AM

Source: Caltrans

UPDATED Info:The closure of the Gaviota Safety Roadside Rest Areas on U.S. Highway 101 scheduled to begin on Monday, April 28 for approximately nine months for a major project to improve this facility has been postponed to a later date. Caltrans will announced a new date as soon as it is available.

This project will include an extensive renovation to the plumbing systems in two restroom buildings which will include water conservation measures such as low flow fixtures and faucets that will automatically turn off.

This facility will also receive upgrades to the electrical system and improvements to tile, carpentry, paint, landscape and irrigation systems.

These improvements are necessary due to the one million visitors who use these rest areas each year.

The contractor for this $927,000 project is Prism Engineering, Inc. of Hayward, CA. This project is expected to be completed in January.

*****

LONG TERM CLOSURE OF GAVIOTA REST AREAS ON U.S. HIGHWAY 101

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY - The Gaviota Safety Roadside Rest Areas on U.S. Highway 101 will be closed in both directions beginning Monday, April 28 for approximately nine months for a major project to improve this facility.

This project will include an extensive renovation to the plumbing systems in two restroom buildings which will include water conservation measures such as low flow fixtures and faucets that will automatically turn off.

This facility will also receive upgrades to the electrical system and improvements to tile, carpentry, paint, landscape and irrigation systems.

These improvements are necessary due to the one million visitors who use these rest areas each year.

The contractor for this $927,000 project is Prism Engineering, Inc. of Hayward, CA. This project is expected to be completed in January.

Caltrans reminds motorists to move over and slow down when driving through highway construction zones.

For traffic updates on other state highway projects in Santa Barbara County, motorists can call Caltrans District 5 Public Affairs at 805-568-0858 or visit the District 5 website at: http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist05/road_information.htm

 

31 comments on this article. Read/Add

  See more articles like this

# # # #

 

Send To a Friend
Your Email
Friend's Email

Top of Page | Old News Archives | Printer-Friendly Page

  Home Subscribe FAQ Jobs Contact copyright © 2003-2014  
Edhat, Inc.