Lanes will be closed and traffic flagged through the work zone. Travelers should expect minor delays between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. at the southern entrance to Lincoln City.
Lincoln City is no longer warning citizens to avoid water contact at Schooner Creek and Siletz bay as fecal coliform levels have dropped to acceptable levels.
A broken 24-inch pipe was responsible for an estimated 2.1 million gallon sewage spill into Schooner Creek at river mile one.
Plans regarding efforts to enhance and ensure bridge safety and facilitate traffic flow at D-River and the Schooner Creek bridges were shared last week with Lincoln City residents at an Oregon Department of Transportation open house.