Summer roadwork continues on local Mother Lode highways this week.
At Pigeon Flat Rest Area shoulder work on Highway 108 will resume on Monday with one-way traffic control through Friday from 8AM to 3:30PM. The work may cause 10 minute delays from the rest area to Bakers Station.
The $20.3 million repaving project of 34 miles of Highway 108 from near Oakdale to Chinese Camp as well as from Chinese Camp to Moccasin continues. The project is expected to finish in October 2018. Work this week will restrict traffic on one of the two lanes and on the right shoulder as crews pave the road causing 10-minute or more delays. Lanes from Yosemite Junction to Moccasin will be closed with flaggers directing one-way traffic. Paving work in both areas begins Sunday evening at 7:00PM and will continue day and night until Friday when work will typically end at 3:00PM
Near Coulterville Highway 49 northbound and southbound remains closed from approximately 15 miles from Bear Valley to the junction with Hwy 132. Caltrans crews and construction partners are working to re-open by August 1, 2018. Detours for the area can add an additional hour of travel time.
New Roadwork In Calaveras
On Highway 4 beginning at Main Street and the 40 miles up to the Alpine County Line a moving closure will cause 10 minutes delays for road striping. The work will begin Monday on continue through Friday between 8:30am and 4pm. Also on Highway 4 beginning Tuesday though Friday between Lashkoff Place and Strawberry Hill Road, in the area of Forest Meadows, there will be one-way traffic control for drainage work. Up in the Arnold area ending at Golden Torch Drive there will be lane closures causing delays for tree work. From upper Moran Road to the Big Trees Park entrance there will be one-way traffic control for paving on Highway 4 and more paving from Dorrington Station to Cabbage Patch Log Road. Each Highway 4 roadwork area is expected to cause 10 minutes delays.