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Drilling operations to affect traffic on the LANL Truck Route
A new groundwater well is scheduled to be drilled on the north side of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Truck Route beginning Saturday, and drivers headed to and from the lab should be aware of trucks turning onto and off the roadway in that area.
The point for trucks entering and exiting the roadway corresponds to where the passing lane begins, about a mile east of the laboratory security force firing range, or just over two miles from the junction of the Truck Route with State Road 4.
Drivers coming down the hill should be especially careful to observe posted speed limits and watch for traffic slowdowns.
Drilling operations will be conducted 24 hours a day throughout the project, which is expected to take three to four weeks to complete.
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