A lane of I-80 East will also be closed. Caltrans aims to finish the bulk of repairs needed after a July hit-and-run.
The man and his company will be responsible for the $2.1 million freeway repairs, officials said.
Authorities say they have identified the driver from Wednesday’s hit-and-run collision in northwest Berkeley.
After the collision, one lane of the freeway was shut down “to accommodate crews inspecting the overcrossing.”
As of Thursday, the officer remained in the hospital but is now in stable condition.
Authorities said the men had gotten out of their vehicles to argue about the collision and were standing in traffic when the other driver hit them.
Caltrans will begin work in May to install two new roundabouts and a new pedestrian/bike bridge at what some call the “most dysfunctional intersection in the country.”
The statues stood on the pedestrian bridge over I-80 for 12 years. It will take 3 days to remove them.
The ‘”love-em” or “hate-em” art pieces will be gone by Tuesday.
Firefighters worked to control a blaze that broke out Monday morning at the West Berkeley homeless encampment near the Seabreeze market.
Berkeley only cleaned up one half of the encampment because of what it says is lack of cooperation from Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol.
Berkeley city workers are on the scene Sunday doing a long-planned cleanup at the Seabreeze homeless encampment by the on-ramp to westbound Interstate 80.