Highway 101 in King City looking north with Canal Street ramps (at top of picture) in February 2023. (Contributed)

KING CITY — Construction on Highway 101 in King City is nearing its last weeks with the application of rubberized hot mix asphalt to all on and off ramps.

Starting Tuesday, June 13, and continuing Monday through Friday over the next two weeks, crews will close the highway on and off ramps in King City from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Only one on and off ramp in a single direction will be closed at a time.

Crews will progress through the ramps in a northerly direction, with full ramp closures starting at the Wildhorse Road interchange and continuing through with closures of the ramps at First Street, Canal Street and Broadway Street, before finishing at Jolon Road.

“Detours will be available with travelers able to reach their destination by accessing ramps to the north or south of any closed ramp,” according to Caltrans.

On and off ramp closures will be limited to a Monday through Friday schedule. Beginning Friday afternoons and continuing through the weekend, all ramps through King City and both lanes in each direction of Highway 101 will remain open.

The contractor for the $78 million construction project is OHL, USA of Irvine. The project is expected to be completed at the end of July.

Previous articleSan Ardo man sentenced to life in prison for child molestation
Next articleFunny Papers Again Column | What Stories Lie Beneath the Stones?
A staff member wrote, edited or posted this article, which may include information provided by one or more third parties.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here