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Posted by: thepinetree on 03/04/2018 01:35 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 03/04/2018 01:35 PM
Expires: 01/01/2023 12:00 AM
:

Traffic Update...Chain Controls From Arnold on Hwy 4 & Long Barn on Hwy 108

Arnold, CA...Caltrans has been making quick work of the latest snow layers on our local highways. From North to South...Hwy 88 is clear and without controls, Hwy 4 has controls from Arnold on up, Hwy 108 has controls from Long Barn on up & Hwy 120 is clear. Conditions can change quickly and carry chains, warm clothing and even a blanket or two just in case you need to spend a few hours in your vehicle if you have an incident or breakdown.




SR 4
[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA]
IS CLOSED FROM 0.5 MI EAST OF THE JCT OF SR 207 /MT REBA TURNOFF/ TO
7.2 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF SR 89 /EBBETTS PASS/ (ALPINE CO) - FOR THE WINTER
- MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE

CHAINS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL VEHICLES EXCEPT 4-WHEEL-DRIVE VEHICLES WITH SNOW
TIRES ON ALL 4 WHEELS FROM 3 MI EAST OF MURPHYS (CALAVERAS CO) TO
THE MT REBA TURNOFF (ALPINE CO)


SR 108
[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA]
IS CLOSED FROM 7.2 MI EAST OF STRAWBERRY TO 8 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 395
/SONORA PASS/ (TUOLUMNE,MONO CO) - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO
USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE

CHAINS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL VEHICLES EXCEPT 4-WHEEL-DRIVE VEHICLES WITH SNOW
TIRES ON ALL 4 WHEELS FROM 6 MI EAST OF SONORA TO EAST TWAIN HARTE
(TUOLUMNE CO)

CHAINS OR SNOW TIRES ARE REQUIRED FROM EAST TWAIN HARTE TO 3 MI EAST OF
LONG BARN (TUOLUMNE CO)

CHAINS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL VEHICLES EXCEPT 4-WHEEL-DRIVE VEHICLES WITH SNOW
TIRES ON ALL 4 WHEELS FROM 3 MI EAST OF LONG BARN TO 7.2 MI EAST OF STRAWBERRY
(TUOLUMNE CO)

[YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK]
FOR YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK ROAD INFORMATION CALL 209-372-0200


SR 88
[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA & SIERRA NEVADA]
NO TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS ARE REPORTED FOR THIS AREA.


SR 120
[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA & SIERRA NEVADA]
IS CLOSED FROM CRANE FLAT TO 5 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 395 /TIOGA PASS/
(TUOLUMNE, MONO CO) - FOR THE WINTER - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN
ALTERNATE ROUTE

IS CLOSED FROM 11 MI WEST TO 4 MI WEST OF THE JCT OF US 6 (MONO CO) - DUE
TO SNOW - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE

[YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK]
FOR YOSEMITE NAT'L PARK ROAD INFORMATION CALL 209-372-0200



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Posted on: 2018-03-04 20:48:29   By: Anonymous
 
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[Reply ]

    Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    Posted on: 2018-03-05 05:42:47   By: Anonymous
     
    Mama's boy, or "man"actually ... still living with mommy, no job, education, or life. On welfare with nothing to show for his existence except for his constant rant on pinetree.

    [Reply ]

      Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
      Posted on: 2018-03-05 06:25:06   By: Anonymous
       
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      [Reply ]

        Re: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
        Posted on: 2018-03-05 08:50:53   By: Anonymous
         
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Thanks for the plowing Caltrans, in more ways then one.
Posted on: 2018-03-05 05:24:34   By: Anonymous
 
Caltrans sure is great at keeping our roads open up here, no matter how much snow we get, and
I'd like to thank all of them for that......but they should keep to plowing roads, not constructing
them ...Sorry, but that's the dang dab darn truth and there ain't no lie in that. Walk from the Diggins
to Hwy 4 at the intersection (you know the one.... they've torn it apart twice and rebuilt it for some
damn reasons) any hoot, when it's raining and you get at the new cross walk you'll be standing
in muddy waters and I ain't talkin no Blues musician, because they drained the water towards there.
The problem is, that's where ya needed to put the storm drain, boys, not 15 feet away. Ya know,
maybe they should tear it apart again for about 2 million dollars,. You know the old saying,
"third times a charm"
I don't try to be no negative, crabby old bassturd (I know who my Ma and Pa were) but that
just the way it is. When you get the state of Calif working on anything, you can bet your life it's
gonna cost more then what those lying weasels say it will cost
cause ya know all those politicians
working for us? just about everyone of those over paid blow-hards have their sticky greedy hands
in the till, and that ain't no lie either, just take a look at what those lying, corrupt weasels said
about the "bullet train" and how many 100's of millions of our hard earned dollars it's over budget.
It's a cryin shame how the working man and woman trying to keep a roof over their family's noggins
get fleeced every single day because of our Governments waste and their greed.

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