Friday, March 27, 2015

State Route 29-Napa County-Overnight Closures-Start April 12

State of California • Department of Transportation


Date: March 27, 2015
District: 4 – Oakland
Contact: Vince Jacala
Phone: (510) 286-5206


State Route 29--Between SR-128 and Zinfandel Lane
Overnight Full Highway Closures-Napa County
Start Sunday, April 12 at 7:00 PM

NAPA COUNTY – Caltrans and its local stakeholders will realign the railroad tracks at State Route 29 (SR-29) near Whitehall Lane in Napa County in preparation of the SR-29 St. Helena Channelization Project. The project will rehabilitate the pavement, provide a continuous 2-way left turn lane and reconstruct the adjacent bike path.

Approximately four weeks of overnight closures are scheduled. For the safety of workers and the public, northbound and southbound SR-29 must be completely closed between Whitehall Lane and Zinfandel Lane starting Sunday, April 12 until Wednesday, April 29. State Route-29 will be closed each night Sunday through Wednesday at 7:00 PM until the following mornings at 6:00 AM. All work is weather permitting.

For the week starting Sunday May 3, State Route-29 will be closed each night Sunday through Tuesday at 7:00 PM until the following mornings at 6:00 AM

Detour Routes
Northbound SR-29 detour starts at State Route 128/Rutherford Road. Northbound SR-29 motorists will be detoured onto SR-128/Rutherford Road, Conn Creek Road, northbound on Silverado Trail, westbound on Zinfandel Lane, then back onto SR-29. Detour signs will be posted

Southbound SR-29 detour starts at Zinfandel Lane. Southbound SR-29 motorists will be detoured onto eastbound Zinfandel Lane, southbound on Silverado Trail, southbound on Conn Creek Road, then onto Rutherford Road, and back onto SR-29.

Local Access
During the work, SR-29 between SR-128/Rutherford Road and Zinfandel Lane will be for emergency and local access only. Residents may need to show proper identification.

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Caltrans appreciates your patience as we work to improve California’s highways.
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