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Overnight work to repair rough spots on US 50 heading into Tahoe Basin

CalTrans

Overnight grinding and paving work on U.S. 50 is scheduled for this week on a section of the roadway that descends after Echo Summit into the Tahoe Basin.

Work to repair rough sections of the highway will be performed at various locations between Johnson Pass Road and Apache Avenue in Meyers. Motorists can expect one-way traffic control from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. Monday night through Friday morning.

Weather or other unexpected delays could postpone the work.

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