I-280/I-880/Stevens Creek Boulevard Interchange
Traffic Signal Shutdowns on Stevens Creek Boulevard
Scheduled for May 13, 14 and 18
San Jose Police Officers will be Directing Traffic
Traffic signals will need to be disabled while crews install Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant pedestrian crossing call pedestals at the northwest and southwest corners of the intersection of Stevens Creek Boulevard and Monroe Street.
San Jose police officers will direct traffic while the signals are not operating.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13 and Thursday, May 14, 2015.
The traffic signal shutdown is necessary while crews tie the new pedestrian crossing pedestals into the existing signaling system.
Motorist may experience minor delays while using this intersection.
Crews will close the southbound I-880 off-ramp and on-ramp and also disable the traffic signals at this intersection on Stevens Creek Boulevard while pedestrian crossing call pedestals are installed. This is the signalized intersection located between Monroe Street to the west and I-880 to the east.
San Jose police officers will direct traffic while the signals are not operating. This work is being done at night because of Caltrans regulations.
10 p.m. Monday, May 18, 2015 until 6 a.m. the following morning.
The traffic signal shutdown is necessary while crews tie the new pedestrian crossing pedestals into the existing signaling system. In addition, traffic phasing for bicycles will be added at this location.
Motorists wishing to use either the closed on- or off-ramp will be directed to the Hamilton Avenue interchange.
I-280/I-880/Stevens Creek Boulevard Interchange Improvements Project
The project proposes to improve traffic flow, safety and access between the Interstate 280 (I-280) and Interstate 880 (I-880) freeway corridors near Stevens Creek Boulevard, including modifications to the freeway-to-freeway intersection of I-280/I-880 freeway interchange, as well as the adjacent interchanges at I-880/Stevens Creek Boulevard.