TRAFFIC ADVISORY State Route 121-Sarco Creek Bridge in Napa 3-Day Weekend Bridge Closure Starts Friday, June 8, 2018

NAPA COUNTY– The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the State Route 121 (SR-121) Sarco Creek Bridge in Napa continuously for three days starting Friday, June 8, 2018 to resurface the bridge deck roadway.  The new SR-121 Sarco Creek Bridge was opened to traffic in November 2017 with a temporary roadway surface due to the cold and wet winter conditions.  The permanent bridge deck roadway will be applied during this month’s warmer weather and is designed to last longer and be more durable than the temporary driving surface.  The bridge will be closed Friday, June 8 at 9:00 AM until Sunday June 10 at 7:00 PM.
Northbound-SR-121 and Southbound-SR-121 Bridge Closure Detour Routes
Northbound SR-121 will be closed at the Sarco Creek Bridge between Hagen Road and Trancas Street. All work is weather permitting.
Motorists traveling on northbound SR-121 will be detoured starting at the Lincoln Avenue intersection. Motorists will continue on Lincoln Avenue. to  northbound Soscol Avenue, then eastbound onto Trancas Street, then re-enter northbound SR-121 from Trancas Street. Detour signs and Changeable Message Signs will be posted. Additional detours will be provided through Lincoln Avenue.
Motorists traveling on southbound SR-121 will be detoured starting at Monticello Road/Trancas Street intersection. Motorist will continue to travel on westbound Trancas St. to  southbound Soscol Avenue, then eastbound  onto Lincoln Avenue, then re-enter southbound SR-121 at the Lincoln Avenue intersection.  Northbound SR-121 will remain open up to Hagen Road for local traffic only. Northbound traffic will not be allowed on through the bridge.
Southbound SR-121 will remain open up to Monticello Rd/ Trancas St. for local traffic only. Southbound traffic will not be allowed on through the bridge.
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