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Lake of the Woods Traffic Alerts
SR22
SR-22 - SR 23 THE SOUTHBOUND CONNECTOR TO NORTHBOUND & SOUTHBOUND US 101 /IN THOUSDAND OAKS/ (VENTURA CO) IS CLOSED FROM 1900 HRS EACH EVENING TO 0600 HRS EACH MORNING MONDAY THRU FRIDAY & FROM 1900 HRS TO 0900 HRS FRIDAY THRU SATURDAY THRU 4/19/14 - DUE TO CONSTRUCTION - A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE
US101
US-101 - THE NORTHBOUND & SOUTHBOUND CONNECTORS TO NORTHBOUND SR 23 /IN THOUSAND OAKS/ (VENTURA CO) ARE CLOSED FROM 2000 HRS EACH NIGHT TO 0600 HRS EACH MORNING MONDAY THRU FRIDAY & FROM 2000 HRS TO 1000 HRS FRIDAY THRU SATURDAY THRU 4/19/14 - DUE TO CONSTRUCTION - DETOURS ARE AVAILABLE
source: Caltrans
Alerts Last Updated: Fri, Apr 18th 06:25:01 AM
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