As contractors start repairing the storm damage to Highway 1 on Monday, daily convoys through the site of the Rocky Creek slip out will continue daily next week at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

Caltrans engineers examined the site over the weekend for any more road degradation.

The convoys are primarily intended for area residents and essential employees. Expected good weather this week should allow the convoys to continue.

Part of the southbound highway adjacent to the Pacific Ocean slipped out during a storm March 30.

Caltrans said workers finished installing K-rail barricades, crash cushions and temporary striping at the site on Saturday.

A contractor on Monday and Tuesday is scheduled to begin drilling vertical anchors in the southbound lane.

Caltrans hasn’t announced when it estimates work on temporary roadway stabilization will be finished.

Road information and updates can be found on Caltrans District 5 Social Media platforms, including Twitter, at @CaltransD5; Facebook, at Caltrans Central Coast (District 5) and Instagram, at Caltrans_D5.