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November 10, 2020

Press Release: Caltrans to begin work on Interstate 80 Six Bridge Project

Mandi Renshaw

November 10, 2020

Solano County – Caltrans will begin construction on the Interstate 80 Six Bridges Project in Vallejo. Crews will increase the vertical clearance on six overcrossings that cross over Interstate 80 (I-80) in the City of Vallejo just north of the Carquinez Bridge. The bridges will be constructed one at a time, starting with Springs Road, Magazine Street, Benicia Road, Georgia Street, Tennessee Street, and Redwood Street. Construction will begin the week of Nov. 16, 2020 and will be complete by March of 2023. Springs Road at I-80 will remain closed until construction is completed as early as mid-February 2021.


To ensure worker and public safety, eastbound and westbound Springs Road will be closed at Interstate 80 for 4 months starting on the week of November 16, 2020 until mid-February 2021.

Springs Road Bridge Detour Route

Westbound Detour:
Motorists traveling westbound on Springs Road will need to turn right onto Humboldt Street, make a left turn onto westbound Tennessee Street, make another left turn onto southbound Mariposa Street and back to Springs Road.

Eastbound Detour:
Motorists traveling eastbound on Springs Road will need to turn left on northbound Mariposa Street, right turn on eastbound Tennessee Street and a right turn onto southbound Humboldt Street to Springs Road. Springs Road Bridge will be completely closed to motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists, day and night, during the four-month construction period.

Caltrans Bay Area and Solano County Transit (SolTrans) is collaborating on making sure bus services will continue to run in the area while the construction is underway.

Routes 7A & 7B will detour around Springs Rd overcrossing to Tennessee Street causing a 5-10 minute delay after the following stops

  • 7A – Springs & Humboldt (Stop ID 822060)
  • 7B – Florida & Solano (Stop ID 821096)

Vallejo Transit Center departure times will not be affected. For real-time bus information and route schedules visit Learn more about I-80 Six Bridges project on our Caltrans Bay Area webpage.

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Solano County Transit (SolTrans) has been the public transportation provider for south Solano County since July 2011. SolTrans provides local and SolanoExpress fixed routes, complementary paratransit, and subsidized Lyft programs. The agency is a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) that is governed by a six-member Board of Directors, composed of two representatives from the cities of Benicia and Vallejo, Solano County’s representative on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and a representative from the Solano Transportation Authority.


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