SCH Number 2020019077

Project Info

108 Thin Blanket II
The California Department of Transportation Is proposing to construct a thin blanket overlay on Stale Route (SR) 108 In Mono County near Sonora Junction from the Tuolumne/Mono County line to 5.3 miles west of United Slates (US) Route 395 (Fig. 1). The work includes grinding out and replacing a 2' wide by 3" deep section of unstable Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) and dirt shoulder for the entire project limits. Work is located 10' from center line, through the dirt shoulder, for east and westbound traffic lanes. Failed pavement areas within the traveled way will be dug out and replaced and then a 0.15' thin lift of HMA will be placed from edge of pavement (EP) to EP from the beginning to end of the project limits. A 1' wide section of shoulder backing will be placed (as shown on the cross section; Appendix A) and the new pavement markings will be placed. Two demonstration toad crossings will be constructed at Upper Sardine Meadows. The purpose of these structures Is to facilitate Yosemite toad movement across and under SR 108 between portions of Upper Sardine Meadows. If utilized by Yosemite toads, these structures will potentially reduce traffic related Yosemite toad mortality and Increase habitat connectivity. These under crossings will be built using modified culvert and cattleguard designs. All work will be performed from the roadway and within the existing Caltrans ROW with no new additions lo the highway, except for the two crossing structures. Several existing dirt pullouts are proposed as construction staging areas.
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California Department of Transportation, District 9 (DOT) 108 Thin Blanket II
California Department of Transportation, District 9 (DOT) 108 Thin Blanket II