The crater itself, however, will remain untouched until the investigation is complete. Glenview Drive will stay closed north and south of the crater where a natural gas pipeline ruptured on September 9 killing eight people.
San Bruno City Manager Connie Jackson told ABC7 media partner, the San Jose Mercury News, that Claremont and Fairmont Drives could reopen as early as Wednesday, along with the portion of Glenview Drive north of Claremont.
Local, state and federal investigators continue to probe the cause of the rupture so guards and fencing will remain around the crater site. The NTSB is expected to release its second preliminary report in December.