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Website Gives SR-99 Commuters Real-Time Info

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA — Commuters who use State Route 99 between Clinton and Ashlan will want to take advantage of the detailed information provided on the new California Department of Transportation (Caltrans-Fresno) website for the State Route 99 Realignment project in Fresno County.

Caltrans and Granite Construction invite you to visit http://99realignment.blogspot.com. Readers can subscribe in order to receive the latest information regarding this project.

Highlights of the new website include the latest Caltrans Commuter Alerts, Granite Construction Public Notices, project fact sheet, aerial footage, videos, closure information of local roads, connectors and on/off ramps etc.

Maps of the various detour phases are also available for the upcoming complete closure of the Clinton Avenue Interchange scheduled to begin construction spring 2016. (Schedule subject to change)

For the latest recorded information, please call the State Route 99 Realignment Project Information Line at 1-866-740-9230 for various closure information related to this improvement project. You may also email your comments or concerns to Caltrans.d6.hsr@dot.ca.gov

Caltrans, in partnership with the California High-Speed Rail Authority, is realigning portions of State Route 99 from Clinton to Ashlan Avenues 80 to 100 feet to the west, as part of the high-speed rail corridor project within the Merced to Fresno project section. This realignment accommodates the high-speed rail system between the existing freeway and the Union Pacific Railroad. Additionally, it is anticipated that the alignment project will improve traffic operations, reduce congestion and enhance traffic safety.

“Caltrans and Granite Construction appreciate your patience during construction operations and encourage you to visit our webpage often for the most up-to-date information related to construction,” says Caltrans.

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