Caltrans is scheduled to close eastbound and westbound Interstate 80 (I-80) on four different summer weekends between mid-July 2023 and early September 2023. During the 56-hour weekend and 104-hour holiday full highway closures, Caltrans will perform major pavement repair work on eastbound and westbound I-80 in Contra Costa County. One traffic direction on I-80 will be worked on at a time. Detours will be in effect. All work is weather dependent.
EASTBOUND I-80 FULL HIGHWAY CLOSURES AT SR-4 WEEKENDS OF JULY 21, AUGUST 4, AND AUGUST 18:
Three weekend closures on EB I-80 are tentatively scheduled on the weekends of July 21, August 4, and August 18. EB I-80 will be closed and traffic detoured beginning at the EB I-80/SR-4 interchange in Hercules. Closures will start Fridays after 9 P.M. and conclude on the following Mondays no later than 5 A.M.
LABOR DAY WEEKEND WESTBOUND I-80 FULL HIGHWAY CLOSURES AT I-780 STARTING THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 UNTIL SEPTEMBER 5, 2023:
A 104-hour full highway closure of westbound I-80 is scheduled on Labor Day weekend starting Thursday, August 31 at 9 P.M. and concluding no later than 5 A.M. on Tuesday, September 5, 2023. WB I-80 will be closed and traffic detoured beginning at the WB I-80/I-780 interchange in Vallejo.
EB I-80 DETOUR:
Motorists traveling eastbound on I-80 will need to exit onto eastbound SR-4 in Hercules and continue on EB SR-4 to NB I-680. Motorists can use NB I-680 to reach I-80 in Fairfield or use WB I-780 to access the Benicia and Vallejo areas. Cummings Skyway between SR-4 and I-80 will also be open for motorists heading to the Crockett area.
WB I-80 DETOUR:
Motorists traveling westbound on I-80 at I-780 (Curtola Pkwy) will need to exit onto eastbound I-780 in Vallejo and continue EB I-780 to SB I-680. Motorists can use SB I-680 to reach WB SR-4, WB SR-24 or WB I-580 to access central and south Bay Area destinations.
If you have a question or want to share a concern about the project, please call the CC I-80 Pave Project Hotline (510) 286-0319.
The hotline has been set up for the traveling public and residents living in Contra Costa and Solano Counties to share any questions or concerns and learn about the most up to date information about the project.
You can also learn more about the CC I-80 Pave Project on our Caltrans Bay Area webpage.
Project Webpage: www.cc80pave.com
For 24/7 traffic updates, please visit 511.org: https://twitter.com/511SFBay
For real-time information, please visit Caltrans QuickMap: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov
Or follow Caltrans on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/CaltransD4