The southbound Highway 101 on-ramp at Turnpike Rd. in Goleta is re-opening Friday.
The discovery of a sinkhole prompted its closure in late December.
Caltrans says emergency work was done to repair a steel and reinforced concrete pipe 40 feet underground which caused the sinkhole.
The project cost $1 million.
The southbound #US101 on-ramp at Turnpike Road will re-open today by 12 noon following repairs to an underground steel and reinforced concrete pipe which caused a sinkhole between the ramp and highway shoulder. Photos show construction and completion of the ramp.@CaltransD5 pic.twitter.com/W57qSOGjsu— Jim Shivers (@PIOJimShivers) February 21, 2020