In 2015 the fractures were moderately larger. They'll need to start thinking of road repairs before long.
The other "twist" is that a magnitude 4.6 earthquake took place last week less than two miles from the road crossing. It probably did little to change things on the road exposure, but serves as a reminder of the need to not be complacent about the existence of this fault in our state.
These little changes that happen at a rate visible in human lifetimes add up to huge changes when multiplied by thousands or millions of years. The nearby eroded volcano of Pinnacles National Park has been displaced 195 miles (315 kilometers) in the last 20 million years or so by movement along the San Andreas.