Work continues on the Richmond-San Rafael (RSR) Bridge Access Improvement Project. Construction updates for the week of July 10th are as follows:
- Monday – Friday 5AM-2PM – Shoulder closures in the eastbound direction of I-580 on the RSR Bridge. This work is long-term and will occur daily through fall 2017.
- Monday (PM) – Saturday (AM): 9PM-5AM in Marin – Lane closures in the eastbound and westbound directions of I-580 from Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to the RSR Bridge. One lane in each direction will remain open at all times.
- Monday (PM) – Saturday (AM): 9PM-5AM in Richmond – Lane closures in the eastbound and westbound directions of I-580 between Castro Street and the RSR Toll Plaza. One lane in each direction will remain open at all times.
- Monday (PM) – Saturday (AM): 10PM-5AM in Marin – Roadway flagging operations on Main Street between Francisco Boulevard and the eastbound I-580 on/off-ramps. One lane will remain open at all times.
- Monday (PM) – Saturday (AM): 9PM-6AM in Marin – Closure of the eastbound I-580 on-ramp at Main Street (San Quentin on-ramp). Please see Detour Map 1, below.
The Bike Path Shuttle between Marine Street and Stenmark Drive is available between 7AM and 7PM seven days per week. For shuttle pick up, please call 510-715-1465. Please expect a 20 minute wait for shuttle service. See Detour Map 2, below.
Notice: This information is based on the work plans submitted by the contractors which are subject to change. For the most current information on all lane and ramp closures, please check the web site shown below before beginning your travel.
For More Information
For more information or to see a video about the project, please visit: http://mtc.ca.gov/our-work/plans-projects/major-regional-projects/richmond-san-rafael-bridge-access-improvements. If you have additional questions about the project or construction updates, please call the project hotline at (510) 273-3640.
About the RSR Bridge Access Improvement Project
Over the last 50 years, the Richmond-San Rafael (RSR) Bridge has efficiently and effectively served Bay Area travelers while seeing a steady increase in daily vehicle use in recent years. From 2009 to 2014, the Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) across the bridge climbed from 70,000 to 80,000 representing a 14.3 percent increase. The RSR Bridge Access Improvements will ease congestion by increasing vehicle capacity on the Bridge and providing a new route for non-motorized travelers.
The RSR Bridge Access Improvement Project is made possible by a partnership between BATA, Caltrans, the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority (CCTA), and the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM).