Traffic on Corral Hollow Road will be detoured onto Schulte and Valpico roads during sewer construction in the Parkside Drive intersection, which is expected to last April 19-28.

Commuters should expect delays when Corral Hollow Road is closed for 10 days in both directions at Parkside Drive starting April 19.

Drivers will be detoured onto Valpico and Schulte roads while workers dig a sewer structure at the intersection as part of utility work for new homes in south Tracy.

The closure will coincide with Tracy Unified School District’s spring break to minimize traffic impacts for local schools.

The construction is part of the utility work for the first phase of the Tracy Hills and Ellis developments and the water park planned to be built in Ellis.

People will be able to reach homes and other properties at all times. Any open trenches left by the workers will be covered at the end of each day.

Barring unexpected delays, the road is scheduled to reopen April 29. Later, crews will apply a slurry seal and restripe Corral Hollow Road from Parkside Drive to Linne Road. That portion of the work was delayed by rainy weather and is expected to be finished by late spring or early summer.

Work to add water and sewer lines to the south Tracy developments began in late April 2018 with different sections of the road closing as the work progressed north from Interstate 580 to Parkside Drive.

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Tracy Rail

Okay, I give up. What is "Western Pacific Wy" on the detour between Lammers and Corral Hollow? Is that what that stretch of old Schulte Road was renamed?

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