Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday less Caltrans road work is scheduled this week. Here is a rundown of what to expect.
On Highway 49 from Pesce Way to the Stevenot Bridge over New Melones, expect to encounter work starting Sunday night. Traffic will be limited to one lane for shoulder work from 8 PM and end at 6 AM each night through Wednesday morning. Slow for the workers and be prepared for at least 10-minute delays.
The 34-mile Highway 120/108 and Highway 49 repaving project that began in April will continue through December. The project goes from the Mariposa/Tuolumne county line to HWY 108 and from the Stanislaus/Tuolumne county line to the Yosemite Junction. This week the roadwork is scheduled to begin Sunday night at 8 PM and continue night and day through Wednesday at 6AM. The focus is on signage and shoulder work.
Work at Highway 108 and 5th Avenue in Jamestown has entered its second phase as reported here. The project has an expected completion date of December.
Other Highway Roadwork:
|HWY 4||Mon -Tue||Lower Moran Road to Tipton House Road||8AM to 3:30PM One-way traffic control for drainage cleaning/inspection||10 min|
|HWY 4||Mon – Tue||Golden Torch Drive to Big Trees Park entrance||6AM to 6PM One-way traffic control for asphalt-concrete paving||10 min|
|HWY 49||Tuesday only||Six Mile Creek to Gun Club Road||9AM to 3PM Left and Right shoulder for drainage work||5 min|
|HWY 49||Mon – Wed||
Rawhide Road/Humbug Street to Smoke Street (Jamestown)
|6AM to 4:30PM work on right shoulder.||5 min|
|HWY 49||Monday only||Copello Drive to Cosgrove Road||9AM to 3:00PM drainage work on both shoulders||5 min|
|HWY 108||Mon -Tue||Middle Camp Sugar Pine Road Long Barn Area||8AM to 3PM one-way traffic control for tree work.||10 min|