FISH CAMP — The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) says one-way traffic control will continue this week on State Route 41 just south of Yosemite National Park in Mariposa County, as part of a tree removal project taking place in Madera and Mariposa counties.
Weather permitting, says Caltrans, the following one-way traffic control will take place:
Beginning Monday, Oct. 17 and ending on Friday, Oct. 21, one-way traffic control will be in effect within a five-mile stretch on SR-41 in Mariposa County near Fish Camp north of Oakhurst, beginning at the Madera/Mariposa county line.
This one-way traffic control will go on each day from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., and closure zones will be up to one-mile long inside of the five-mile tree removal area. Traffic will be held for up to 15-minutes at a time while fallen trees are removed from the roadway.
Closures may continue for longer periods of time each day if necessary, due to delays caused by weather or uncontrollable events that may occur during this project. These scheduled closures will occur, weather permitting.
Commuters are reminded to obey flagging personnel and pay close attention to maintenance vehicles and personnel at all times.