Rain this week prompted Caltrans to reschedule the start of its paving project at the MacArthur Maze to April 29. The agency issued the following announcement today:
Caltrans Polyester Overlay at Maze Structure Delayed Until April 29th Due to Weather
ALAMEDA COUNTY – On April 29th, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will initiate a paving project in the I-580/I-80 maze structure. Construction crews will lay down a fresh coat of durable, long-lasting polyester concrete.
The work schedule will be Tuesday night through Sunday morning every week for the course of the project. During the closure the McArthur on-ramp will be closed and traffic detoured to Powell Street. The first closure will be westbound I-580 to eastbound I-80 connector (full closure). Changeable Message Signs and detour routes will be clearly visible.
Tuesday – Thursday
· 11:00 P.M – 5:00 A.M
Friday – Saturday
· 11:59 P.M – 7:00 A.M
There are currently two detour maps available on the Caltrans District 4 website. Please visit the website to view Detour Map 1 and Detour Map 2
· Westbound I-580 traffic will be detoured on I-80 westbound to the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge Toll Plaza parking lot where commuters will be able to return to I-80 eastbound.
· The McArthur on-ramp to I-80 eastbound will be closed and traffic detoured to Powell Street on-ramp to I-80 eastbound.
Motorists should expect delays in the area and are advised to use alternate routes during the closure period. Drivers are advised to remember that traffic fines are doubled in construction zones.
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