A nighttime closure has been scheduled for the two outside lanes along southbound State Route 99, in the vicinity of the junction with State Route 58, on Thursday, February 6. One lane will remain open to southbound traffic. The westbound State Route 58-to-southbound State Route 99 connector ramp will also be closed. Westbound-to-southbound traffic will use Union Avenue to connect with southbound State Route 99 during the closure. These closures are expected to be in place between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Full freeway closures are planned for southbound State Route 99 in this area on Monday, February 10, and Wednesday, February 12, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Southbound traffic will be detoured at Stockdale Highway and will use Real Road to reconnect with the freeway at Ming Avenue. The westbound-to-southbound connector ramp closure will also be in effect on these nights.
On Tuesday, February 11, and Thursday, February 13, northbound State Route 99 will be under a full closure within this area between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Northbound traffic will detour at Ming Avenue, continue north on Wible Road/Oak Street, then re-enter the freeway at California Avenue. The northbound State Route 99-to-eastbound State Route 58 connector ramp will be open.
These closures are needed to erect falsework for the widening of the westbound State Route 58 bridge across State Route 99.
This schedule may be changed without notice due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Please slow down and pay attention to construction and detour signage while driving through the area. The Thomas Roads Improvement Program apologizes for any inconvenience this work may cause the traveling public.
UPDATE (Feb. 5, 2:08 p.m.): Caltrans is planning a daytime closure for the southbound Highway 99 off-ramp to Rosedale Highway starting on Thursday, February 6.
The closure, which is expected to last from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., is for landscape maintenance.
Caltrans wants to remind drivers to stay attentive and undistracted while driving and to be cognizant of workers and vehicles in Construction and Maintenance Areas and slow down while driving through Work Zones.
Caltrans would like to thank residents and commuters for their patience during this project and remember to please “Slow for the Cone Zone.”