Modesto’s Pelandale southbound off-ramp to close for construction


road constructionMODESTO — Drivers who regularly use the southbound Highway 99 off-ramp at Pelandale Avenue are going to have to find an alternate route for three weeks, beginning April 26.

The ramp will be closed as construction on a new ramp takes place.  Once completed, drivers will have access to the Pelandale Avenue over-crossing bridge and Salida Boulevard in both north and south directions.

Advanced warning signs will alert drivers to the construction. Drivers can also visit the Pelandale project’s website for additional information and suggested redirected routes.

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