Soledad Mountain traffic rerouted

Soledad Mountain Road between Desert View Drive and Palomino Circle will be closed to traffic until further notice.
Traffic heading northbound on Soledad Mountain Road from the Balboa Avenue/Garnet Avenue area will be routed west by turning left onto Beryl Street, then north onto Soledad Road. Soledad Road will then merge onto Soledad Mountain Road north of the affected area.
Traffic heading southbound on Soledad Mountain Road will be routed past the closure by turning right onto Soledad Road, then eastbound by turning left on Beryl Street. From Beryl Street, traffic will then be routed right, back onto Soledad Mountain Road south of the affected area.

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