By Renée Santos

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Roadwork that impacted drivers in midtown, downtown and East Sacramento was completed ahead of schedule Sunday.

For the past several days, the N Street on-ramp to Business 80 — including connector ramps from southbound Business 80 to west and eastbound Highway 50 — have been closed to repair the worn down roadways. The work included grinding, paving and improving a bridge deck.

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Angela DaPrato with Caltrans says the construction was only part of a $4.5 million project that expected to be complete by December.

The ramps reopened Sunday night.

“So we are looking good right now. Everything is on target,” DaPrato said.

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Bob Zee often walks near the N Street on-ramp. He’s watched the congestion from the roadwork over weekend.

“It was really busy around here for a while,” he said. “That ramp was closed, yeah, it was very inconvenient.”

The improvements come on the heels of President Biden signing a $1 trillion infrastructure bill to help improve roads, bridges and waterways.  

He appreciates the focus on improving roads for the safety of all travelers.

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“Not just the roads but other infrastructure, you know — sewer pipes and everything under the roads and stuff like that,” he said.