Sonora, CA — Some additional planned road construction has just been announced by Caltrans, and it will impact traffic in Tuolumne County later this week.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Caltrans will be doing some tree removal work in the area of Highway 108/49 and Rolling Hills Blvd in the Jamestown area. There will be one-way traffic control on Highway 108/49, and estimated 10 minute delays, between 8:30am-3:30pm.
On Thursday and Friday, a crew will be repairing a roadway shoulder on Highway 108 west of Long Barn Road. There will be one-way traffic control, with estimated 10 minute delays, between 8:15am-3:15pm.
Click here to read an earlier story about road construction underway this week in the Mother Lode.