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Date: July 20, 2021
District: 10 - Stockton
Phone: (209) 948-7176
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CALTRANS TO BEGIN BRIDGE MAINTENANCE PROJECT AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN MARIPOSA, MERCED, STANISLAUS & SAN JOAQUIN COUNTIES
STOCKTON – Caltrans is preparing to begin a bridge preventative maintenance project that will make necessary repairs at 10 different locations within Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties.
Work will vary per location and will include the repair of existing bridge deck concrete, installation of polyester concrete overlays and rock slope protection, and the replacement of various joint seals and bridge deck approach and departure slabs.
This project is scheduled to begin the week of July 25-31, 2021, (weather permitting) with completion expected in Fall 2022.
Project locations include structures at: Stockton Creek on State Route 49 (Mariposa County), Orgalita Creek and San Luis Wasteway on Interstate 5 (Merced County), Arroyo Canal on SR-152 (Merced County), Bergs Canal, Calaveras River and Mosher Slough on SR-88 and SR-99 (San Joaquin County), and Duck Creek on SR-4, Blitz Creek on SR-120, and Snake Ravine on SR-132 (Stanislaus County.)
All work is to be performed during day-time hours. Caltrans will have flaggers and/or changeable message signs alerting motorists of the lane closures.
This estimated $3.15 million construction project will be performed by Pacific Infrastructure Construction LLC., of Vacaville, CA.
Schedules are subject to change due to traffic incidents, weather, availability of equipment and/or materials and construction related issues.
For the safety of workers and other motorists, please Be Work Zone Alert.