SAN MATEO CO., Calif. (KGO) -- Two-way traffic has been reinstated on Highway 92 near Crystal Springs Reservoir on Thursday morning after crews repaired a storm-related slip out.
The slip out had formed on westbound SR-92 shoulder following recent heavy Bay Area storms.
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The embankment slope supporting the road was washed out and the slide became more severe, which resulted in one-way traffic control.
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Crews have repaired the westbound shoulder and have stabilized the road. It is now safe for travel.
Caltrans says it will continue making road repairs with nightly one-way traffic control.
This slip out is not related to the sinkhole on Highway 92 near Upper State Route 35 -- there is still two-way traffic control in place.