Learn  about facility hours and city services during COVID-19

US-101 NB Central San Rafael off-ramp bridge replacement lane closure June – July 2022 (CalTrans)

Posted on June 27, 2022


The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is re-starting  the US-101 NB Central San Rafael off-ramp bridge replacement. The project commenced on February 2021, and on December 11, 2021, the project was suspended due to environmental regulations for creek work.

From June 27 – July 1, 2022, there will be a lane closure starting at 9 pm and lasting until 5 am for electrical work. Upon exiting the Central San Rafael off-ramp, one lane (out of three) will be closed during construction; the other two lanes will remain open at all times.

From July 5 to July 7, there will be a closure starting at 9 pm to 5 am for bridge work. One lane (out of three) will be closed during construction; the other two lanes will remain open at all times.

These are nighttime closures only. All lanes will be open during the day. The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2022.

Please expect delays and plan to travel accordingly.

Detours will be in place; please see familiarize yourself  with the roadway detours which can be found on the Caltrans project websiteMotorists are advised to drive with caution and follow all posted directional signs. Residents and businesses may temporarily experience increased noise levels during this operation. This work is a part of several on-going construction projects along US-101, starting at the Golden Gate Bridge, progressing through Sausalito, and concluding in San Rafael. Advisories will be issued for each phase of work, and updates can be found at the Caltrans project website and City of San Rafael project website. 

Please note, these dates and times are subject to change.

For any inquiries or concerns, please contact Caltrans Public Information Officer, Chiconda V. Davis, at chiconda.davis@dot.ca.gov or 510.715.7906.

Stay informed:
For most recent updates, please visit the project website.
For 24/7 traffic updates, please visit 511.org or follow them on Twitter
For real-time information, please visit Caltrans QuickMap or follow Caltrans on Twitter 

FULL TRAFFIC ADVISORY

Close window