Monday, August 25, 2014

Bay Area Bridges and Roadways Safe after Earthquake

Today’s Date:          August 24, 2014
District:                     04-Oakland
Contact:                    RocQuel Johnson
Phone:                      (510) 286.4948
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                   

Bay Area Bridges and Roadways Safe after Earthquake

Sonoma/Napa—The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has inspected Bay Area state highways and structures following this morning’s earthquake. All damage appears to be minor; the damage on Highway 121 and Cuttings Wharf Road in Napa has been temporarily repaired; crews will continue to monitor the location as it remains open to traffic. 

All toll crossing have been inspected and no damage or concerns have been discovered.  All toll crossings and toll facilities are fully operational with no mobility restrictions.

The bridges and roadways are open and safe for travel; please check QuickMap at before you go; Twitter: @caltransD4


1 comment:

  1. Southbound highway 29 over Southern Crossing bridge (over the Napa River) feels damaged at the first expansion joint. It is a hard hitting jolt when driving southeast.