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Road Closures & Traffic

Posted on: November 24, 2021

Weekly Traffic Impact Report Week of November 24, 2021

State Route 132 West Freeway Expressway Phase 1 Project

Project Status

For more information please visit the State Route 132 Project website.

Traffic Impacts

  • The Southbound 99 off ramp at Maze 132 (L Street) is currently under a long term full closure. Southbound motorists will be asked to exit at the following "Central Modesto" exit.

New Jennings Water Quality Control Plant Entrance/Exit Project

Project Status

Work is in progress. 

Traffic Impacts

Construction signs will be in place for the road closure:

  • Jennings Road has been re-opened to motorists.
  • Entrance/Exit road is now open. Gates will begin normal operation at the beginning of December. Entrance gates will automatically open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 3:45 p.m. Exit gates will operate with road sensors.
  • Motorists to be advised of new traffic signal installed and is fully operational.

Motorists are advised to drive slowly with caution and use alternate routes when possible.

PG&E Project

Project Status

Work is in progress. Project is expected to be completed by the end of December 2021.

Traffic Impacts

Construction area signs will be in place.

  • Lane shifts and lane closures will be in place mostly on east and west bound Woodland Avenue and Coldwell Avenue from Graphics Drive to Tully Road. 
  • Some lane closures will be in place on 9th Street north and south bound sides.  

Motorists are advised to drive slowly with caution and use alternate routes when possible.

PG&E Project

Project Status

Work is in progress. Project is expected to be completed by the end of December 2021.

Traffic Impacts

Construction area signs will be in place.

  • Lane shifts and lane closures will be in place mostly on east and west bound Clevenger Drive from Carver Road to Tully Road. 
  • Some lane closures will be in place on Carver Road and Tully Road north and south bound sides. 

Motorists are advised to drive slowly with caution and use alternate routes when possible.

Crows Landing Road Pavement Rehabilitation

Project Status 

Work will begin soon. Project is expected to be completed by March 2022.

Traffic Impacts

Traffic control will be in place:

  • Crows Landing Road from Pecos Avenue to Hatch Road

Motorists are advised to drive slowly with caution and use alternate routes when possible.




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