Sonora, CA — Several highway projects will impact traffic flow in the Mother Lode next week.
Caltrans reports that 20-minute delays can be expected on Highway 4 in Calaveras County, near Douglas Flat. Paving work will run Monday through Friday, from 6am-4pm.
20-minute delays should be expected on Highway 49, from Chicken Ranch Road to Woods Creek, for paving and grinding. The work will run Monday and Tuesday, from 7am-2:30pm.
Then on Wednesday through Friday, crews will move down to Highway 108 near the Tuolumne-Stanislaus County line. Delays of 20-minutes should be expected from 7am-2:30pm.
25-minute delays can be expected on Highway 108, Monday through Friday, from the East Avenue Undercrossing to Stoddard Springs Road.
To read an earlier story about road work starting up in Sonora due to sewer line updates, click here.
To read a story about construction in the Fraser Flat area of the Stanislaus National Forest, click here.