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Crews continue work on Mousehole; project expected to finish by Oct. 15

Jason Shueh/Sierra SunCrews continued work Thursday on pedestrian improvements and shoulder repaving inside the Mousehole undercrossing on Highway 89.
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TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Crews continued work Thursday on pedestrian improvements and shoulder repaving inside the Mousehole undercrossing on Highway 89.

Deanna Shoopman, a Caltrans spokeswoman, said the project, when finished, will include pedestrian flashing beacons, signs, street lights and pedestrian push button lights inside the tunnel for added safety.

and#8220;Crews will be working 24 hours a day until the project is finished,and#8221; Shoopman said in a Sept. 7 interview.



According to previous reports, the project should be completed by Oct. 15.


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