One of the last legs of work on the Oso/Marguerite Intersection Improvement Project starts Monday with roadway repaving. To accommodate large daytime traffic volumes, roadways will be paved over four consecutive nights, specifically Oso Parkway from Pacific Hills to Country Club and Marguerite Parkway from Claro to Via Angelina.
The project, which has been competed in phases to lessen the impacts to motorists and maintain pedestrian access, widens both Oso Parkway and Marguerite Parkway near the intersection to provide additional lanes and increase traffic flow.
Though the work will take place at night to lessen traffic impacts, its noise could affect surrounding residents. To ease any inconvenience to residents, the City has worked with the contractor to extend working shifts to overlap work phases to minimize the number of nights the work will take place.
In the coming weeks, the final stretch of night work on the traffic-easing project will include striping, replacing traffic signal detector loops and such. However, noise from this work should not disrupt surrounding neighborhoods.
For more information, contact Project Manager Manny Barrios at 949-470-8485.