The SR 99 / Pelandale Avenue Reconstruction Project is reconstructing the Pelandale Avenue overcrossing and realigning SR-99 on and off ramps. This project is critical to increase safety and relieve congestion. Click here to learn more about the project.
Upcoming Lane and Ramp Closures:
- Reduced lanes on Pelandale Avenue at Sisk Road from 7 pm to 7am 6/28 – 6/29.
- Reduced lanes on Sisk Road at Pelandale Avenue from 7pm to 7am 6/28 – 6/29.
- Closed SR99 off-ramp at Pelandale Avenue from 10pm to 4am 6/28 – 6/29.
- Reduced lanes on Salida Boulevard (north of Pelandale Avenue) from 7am to 3pm on 7/1.
- The new northbound on-ramp to State Route 99 is open. The on-ramp to access is off Sisk Road at Greenleaf Court. Please be advised the Sisk Road/Northbound on-ramp/Greenleaf Court intersection is an all way stop, controlled intersection.
- Motorists to be aware of the traffic controls and changes that will be in place at the Pelandale Avenue/Sisk Road intersection beginning June 29, 2015 and for the next several months:
- Eastbound Pelandale Avenue @ Sisk Road has number two through lane and right turn lane closed. Traffic must utilize one left turn lane with one through/right-turn lane.
- Westbound Pelandale Avenue @ Sisk Road has number one through lane closed. Traffic must utilize one left turn lane with one through/right-turn lane.
- Northbound Sisk Road continues to have two left turn lanes and one through/right-turn lane open for traffic.
- Southbound Sisk Road continues to have two left turn lanes, one through lane and one through/right-turn lane open for traffic.
- The temporary southbound on-ramp to SR 99 at the south end of Salida Blvd. is in operation. The portion of Salida Blvd. from the Super 8 Motel south is now a one way street in the southbound direction. Please use Kiernan Avenue or Standiford Avenue interchange to access SR 99.
- The Salida Blvd./Dakota Avenue/Murphy Road Railroad Crossing is now fully closed (both directions of travel). The closure will remain in effect until approximately Spring of 2016. When the new permanent southbound on-ramp is constructed, the temporary southbound on-ramp will be removed and the railroad crossing and Salida Blvd. will be reopened and returned to its original configuration.