Workers on Friday began prep work for the resurfacing of Honeycutt Road between Plainview Street and the bridge over Santa Rosa Wash.
Traffic is reduced to one lane on Honeycutt heading east from John Wayne Parkway as manholes and water valves are lowered ahead of milling of the asphalt surface expected to begin Monday and continue through Tuesday.
Paving of the roadway will be done from Wednesday to Friday, with striping set for Saturday, May 16, according to the city’s schedule. Utilities will be adjusted along the roadway on May 19.
The second phase of the project will pave Honeycutt Road from the Santa Rosa Wash bridge to White & Parker Road. A schedule for that work will be provided by the city at a later date.