84 Nighttime Intermittent Closures in Sunol April 26-30


District: Four - Oakland 
Contact: Janis Mara 
Phone: (510) 715-9291
Email: Janis.Mara@dot.ca.gov

State Route-84 Nighttime Intermittent Full Closures between Palomares Road
and Main Street in Sunol April 26-30, 2021

ALAMEDA COUNTY—Caltrans has scheduled to fully close State Route 84, also known as Niles Canyon Road, between Palomares Road and Main Street in the City of Sunol. There are scheduled nighttime intermittent full closures beginning April 26 through April 30 for soil nail wall construction on the Alameda Creek Bridge Replacement Project.

State Route 84 will be fully closed in both directions between 08:00 PM and 5:00 AM. Detours will be in effect, and changeable message signs will be on hand to guide motorists.

Intermittent nighttime closures between Palomares and Main are scheduled to continue through mid-June. Motorists will be notified of the details on a weekly basis.


Motorists traveling from Palomares Road should take westbound Niles Canyon road to Mission Boulevard, then take the onramp to northbound Interstate 680, then take the eastbound State Route 84 exit.

Motorists traveling from Sunol and Pleasanton Sunol Road should take eastbound Niles Canyon Road to southbound I-680, exit on northbound Mission Boulevard, then take northbound State Route 238 to westbound State Route 84.

Motorists traveling from southbound Mission Boulevard (State Route 238) should continue on southbound Mission Boulevard (State Route 238), then take onramp to northbound I-680 and exit onto eastbound State Route 84.
84 Nighttime Intermittent Full Closures map
Motorists traveling from southbound I-680 and westbound State Route 84 should continue on southbound I-680 and take the offramp to northbound Mission Boulevard (State Route 238) to northbound State Route 238 to westbound State Route 84.

Please drive with caution. Slow for the Cone Zone and Be Work Zone Alert. Caltrans thanks motorists for their patience while we work to maintain our state’s highways, bridges, and tunnels.

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