The City of San Luis Obispo is launching a roadway resurfacing project this week that will affect more than 19 miles of roads throughout the city.
The project involves applying a slurry sealant and new striping to the roadways.
The neighborhoods and streets affected by the project include Buchon, Calle Joaquin, Granada, High, Islay, Leff, Oceanaire, Margarita, Peach, Pismo, Sandercock, and South. The Bob Jones Bike Trail between Prado Road and Los Osos Valley Road, as well as the Emerson Park parking lot will also undergo sealing and striping. Speed humps will also be installed along portions of High Street and Pismo Street.
City officials say roads will remain open during the work but motorists should expect lane closures and delays during the weekdays.
Detour information and "No Parking" signs will reportedly be posted 30 hours prior to any work.
The project is expected to be completed in mid-October. It is being funded by Measure G, also known as the Local Revenue Measure.