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Press Release

Corral Hollow Road Closure - Phase 1 Completion

Road Reopening Ahead of Schedule on June 29, 2018

Posted: Jun 27, 2018
Location: Tracy, Calif.

The City of Tracy is pleased to announce that construction for Phase 1 of the Corral Hollow Road closure will be completed a week ahead of schedule. Phase 1 (from Linne Road to just east of I‐580) began in late April and was originally scheduled to conclude on July 6. This segment of Corral Hollow Road will now reopen to the general public on the afternoon of Friday, June 29. The City of Tracy staff, along with the Tracy Hills Developer Integral Communities, worked extended days in order to complete Phase 1 early. Work included installation of approximately 4,100 lineal feet of water line, 4,400 lineal feet of sewer line and reconstruction of a mile and a half of Corral Hollow Road.

To avoid detours while school is in session, the City has shifted the construction phasing plan by consolidating Phase 9 with Phase 2 from Peony Drive to the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. Phase 2 is currently underway and partially coincided with Phase 1 to expedite the overall project schedule.
Traffic during this phase is currently being diverted to the two southbound lanes with occasional flagging. Phase 2 construction will conclude on July 13, with the remaining six phases scheduled through late September.

During construction, public safety remains a top priority. Access to properties will be maintained at all times. In addition, detour information will be made available prior to any road closure segment. Local property owners and the traveling public should expect:

• Traffic delays, detours and typical construction‐related noise, dust and vibration
• Truck traffic detours to alternate truck routes
• Installation of a temporary traffic signal at Lammers Road and Schulte Road (the City is in the process of bidding and ultimately constructing a permanent signal at this location)

Crews are working extended days and hours as needed to complete all scheduled phases of construction. Construction is anticipated to last through late September.


For more information, visit the project website at chclosure.com or contact the project informational hotline at (209) 221‐4809.

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