PG&E says they are providing back up generators to Caltrans so the tunnel can remain open to traffic.
Just spoke to @PGE4Me…
The Caldecott Tunnel will stay OPEN during the planned power outage.
PG&E says they will provide backup generation for the tunnel, so that when/if the power to the tunnel is cut, it can remain open to traffic
— Kate Larsen (@KateABC7) October 9, 2019
Earlier in the day, Caltrans said it had plans to close the Lantos Tunnel along State Route 1 in Pacifica. That tunnel will also stay open with back up generators provided by PG&E.
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