Road Closures for Sunday, May 19th - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Road Closures for Sunday, May 19th

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Cal Trans is closing roads and highways on May 19th. The closures are in effect from 8am- 4pm.

Westbound State Route (SR) 168 connector ramp to westbound SR 180

Westbound (SR) 180 connector ramp to northbound & southbound SR41

Westbound SR 180 #3 lane (slow lane) between SR 168 and SR 41 Interchange

Eastbound SR 180 Connector Ramp to northbound and southbound 41

Southbound Tulare Avenue off-ramp

Westbound SR 168 McKinley Avenue loop on-ramp

Northbound SR 41 McKinley Avenue loop off-ramp

Abby Avenue Eastbound 180 on-ramp

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