The two-week long traffic conundrum switches gears on Monday night for drivers.
At 9 p.m., road crews will shut down three eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 from Ramon Road to Date Palm to give workers a chance to build supports for the new overpass that will cross the freeway. That will reduce traffic to one lane.
The shutdown will last until 6 a.m., and will happen each day through Thursday.
Then on Thursday a complete shutdown of the eastbound side will take place from 11 p.m to 6 a.m.
That will take place again next Sunday through Tuesday.
Last week, crews shut down all westbound lanes.
Cal Trans says traffic will be diverted onto Ramon Road, taking drivers through Cathedral City, and up onto Date Palm where they will be allowed to re-enter the freeway.
Click on the slideshow on this page to see the detours, and schematics of what the interchanges will look like when complete.