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The pedestrian crossing over Coast Highway near the Capistrano Surfside Inn could be torn down and replaced with a fully signalized crosswalk as early as fall. Photo: Andrea Swayne
The pedestrian crossing over Coast Highway near the Capistrano Surfside Inn could be torn down and replaced with a fully signalized crosswalk as early as fall. Photo: Andrea Swayne

By Eric Heinz

The demolition of the bridge over Pacific Coast Highway will close traffic from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to an Orange County Transportation Authority press release. There will be a temporary signalized crosswalk immediately south of the existing bridge location, and there will be local access only. The bridge is located around the 34600 block of Coast Highway in Capistrano Beach, near Surfside Inn.

“After demolition, there will be open access on reduced lanes during other activities,” the release stated.

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