Roadwork On Highway 120, 108, 49 and 4
Road Work Ahead
Sonora, CA – Caltrans road work will impact travelers on Mother Lode Highways this week.
As detailed here Caltrans is working on the Highway 108 ramps in Sonora. Both the Mono Way and Hess Avenue ramps will be worked on and Tuolumne Utility District will also be doing work in Columbia and Gibbs Ranch, as outlined here.
Work continues at the Yosemite Junction where a stoplight is being set up as reported here.
From Clarks Fork Road to Kennedy Meadows Road planned tree work continues to keep the shoulder closed through the summer. Also on HWY 108 from Confidence Road to Leisure Drive there will be tree work from 8 AM to 4 PM Monday through Wednesday.
In Groveland, on HWY 120 from Ferretti Road to Hopper Street, by the Mary Laveroni Community Park, long-term right shoulder work will continue. Crews are scheduled to work around the clock until July 19. Also on Highway 120 from Lost Claim Camp Ground 11 miles to the West Yosemite Park Boundary be aware that crews will begin sweeping operations Monday at 7 AM until 1 PM every weekday.
On Highway 4 Caltrans crews will be spraying from Upper Moran Road to the Big Trees Park Entrance. The work begins Monday at 6 AM and will wrap up at 6 PM and will continue through Friday. Traffic will be limited to one lane and cause delays of 10 minutes.
The three miles of HWY 4 between Brice Station Road and Hillcrest Drive will experience traffic limited to one lane for drainage cleaning and inspection. The project is scheduled from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM Monday through Thursday.
Continuation of the road striping along 43 miles on HWY 4 from the Old Highway Connector to the Calaveras/Alpine County Line, will cause a moving closure of the one lane and cause 10-minute delays. The work is scheduled Monday through Friday from 6 AM to 6 PM.
On Friday in Calaveras County, travelers can expect 10-minute delays on Highway 26 from Prindle Road to the Calaveras/Amador County Lane. The moving closure is to allow for road striping work from 6 AM to 3 PM.
Caltrans asks motorists to obey signage and flaggers while slowing down around crews and equipment in the cone zones.