This new interchange will extend Metro Air Parkway south to and over Interstate 5.
The interchange will be Metro Air Park’s front door. Situated near I-5, Highway 99, and Highway 70, Metro Air Parkway is a natural jumping off point for transporting of goods. The I-5 interchange will help foster that transportation access to Metro Air Park.
- Creating a grade-separation interchange on Interstate 5 between State Routes 7/70/99 and at Powerline Road at the I-5 overcrossing
- Bridge construction
- Overhead sign construction
- Bridge railings
- Ramp meters
Road Closure Information
Southbound Highway 99 To Northbound I5 Connector
SacDOT will conduct an overnight closure of the southbound Highway 99 to northbound I5 connector near the Metro Air Parkway interchange construction project. Construction crews will close the connector on Saturday, June 12, at 10 p.m., and reopen Sunday, June 13, at 6 a.m. During the closure, vehicles will be detoured along the following route:
SATURDAY, June 12, 2021 10 pm – 6 am
• SOUTHBOUND 99 to NORTHBOUND I5 Detour:
o Traffic will continue on southbound 99 and merge onto southbound I5. Traffic will exit on Del Paso Road and re-enter onto northbound I5 at the Del Paso Road onramp.
Bayou Way (the frontage road next to I-5 near the airport) from Tarboro Lane to Power Line Road until November 2020. The first phase work along Bayou is to remove and rebuild water lines that feed the Airport. The second phase will be the construction of the interchange and overpass on I-5 which will also require construction crews to continue working on Bayou Way.
Projected Completion Date
Melissa L. Wright, Senior Civil Engineer
View The Project's Progress
Building Northwest Off Ramp
Installation of pipe