Road Work Scheduled On Highway 108, 120 and 49
Caltrans Making Highway Repairs
Caltrans urges motorists to use caution when driving by road projects this winter. Here is a list of their scheduled highway work for the first week of February.
On Highway 49 at Jack Page Road, north of Sonora, all the way to the Tuolumne/Calaveras county line expect 10 minute delays for an area of one-way traffic control as Caltrans works on striping the road. The work is scheduled between 8PM and 6AM beginning Monday night and each evening, through Friday morning, weather permitting. From 6 AM to 7 PM on HWY 49 at the Montezuma junction 10 miles to Cattle Guard Road more road striping work will also cause 10 minute delays. There will also be shoulder work in the Chinese Camp area from 7:30 AM to 3:50 PM all this week.
At the Yosemite Junction also look for Caltrans workers limiting traffic to one way to set up signs. The sign work is scheduled between 8 PM and 6 AM starting Sunday and each night through Friday morning. Those same nights and during the day as well, starting at the Stanislaus/Tuolumne County line, there will be areas of one-way traffic control to allow drainage and shoulder work along HWY 108/120. It may delay travelers 10 minutes. More areas of day-time drainage work will also delay traffic for 10 minutes on HWY 120 in the Mountain Bluff and Moccasin Creek Bridge area.
Drainage cleaning and inspection half-way between Groveland and the Yosemite entrance on HWY 120 will cause 10 minute delays. Specifically the work will be in the area of Lost Claim Camp Ground to Sand House from 8 AM to 3 PM Tuesday through Friday.