According to Caltrans, the ramp will be closed on Sutterville Road and W Street, heading south to I-5.
Sacramento, CA — If you think you’ve completed the construction of a highway in Sacramento, think again.
Caltrans The two southbound lanes of I-5 will be closed from 9 pm on Friday, June 25 to 5 am on Monday, June 28, from north of Sutterville Road to the intersection of 25th Avenue. It is open.
“24-hour construction work requires heavy equipment and commercial trucks,” Caltrans said on its website.
Some lanes are still open, but Caltrans is asking people to use State Highway 99 as an alternative route to avoid closures.
Both on-ramp and off-ramp to Southbound I-5 will be closed on Sutterville Road, and on-ramp and off-ramp to Southbound I-5 will be closed on W Street over the weekend.
Caltrans suggests ways to bypass both Sutterville Road and W Street ramps. FixSac5 website..
“Neighbors can expect loud construction-type noise and backup beeps on commercial trucks during the day and at night. Contractors will pave and strip.” FixSac5 website He said about the construction work being done.
In the work area, the speed limit has been reduced to 55 mph and the California Highway Patrol is waiting for traffic restrictions.
For more information on the FixSac5 project, click to visit the website. Here..
The Sacramento Sustainable Community Collaborative supports the cost of weeks of vocational training in solar equipment and other energy-related areas.
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