I-80 Sign Frame Installation Aug 2014Last month, we highlighted the construction on I-80 through Sacramento that will reduce traffic lanes for the next two years. This month, we will highlight the construction on this same roadway in the Bay Area.

There will be lane changes and nighttime freeway closures to allow the installation of overhead sign frames. These signs are part of a plan to improve traffic flow between the Bay Bridge and the Carquinez Bridge. The project “will enable operational improvements and implement intelligent transportation system (ITS) strategies…that will make the transportation systems operate more efficiently.”
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