People traveling on Highway 193 either to or from Georgetown have, by now, run in to the roadwork that is taking place just north of Rock Creek Road.
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According to Dennis Keaton, the public information officer for District 3 of Caltrans, the purpose of the roadwork is to put up a retaining wall, widen the road, and resurface it. Stoplights are positioned at either end of the section where the work is taking place to manage traffic on the two – now one – lane road.
Work started approximately a month ago and Keaton said they estimate it will be completed by mid November. Those traveling on the road should build in extra travel time due to the construction.
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