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Paving Planned Along 14 Miles Of Highway 108

Tuolumne County, CA — Portions of Highway 108 will be repaved starting on Monday and traffic delays can be expected into October.

New asphalt will be put down along six miles of Highway 108 stretching from Stoddard Springs Road (north of Long Barn) to Mono Road (Cold Springs). An additional eight mile stretch, further up the hill, will be repaved from Cow Creek Road (near Bumblebee) to Eagle Meadow Road (near Niagara Creek Campground).

The work will be done during the week from 6am-7pm. The weekends are being avoided in order to minimize the interruption to the late summer and fall tourist season. One-way traffic control operations will be in place and 10-minute traffic delays should be anticipated. Caltrans awarded the $2-million construction contract to George Reed Inc. of Modesto.