Beasore Road Construction Postponed Till 6/15

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Beasore Road Construction Postponed Till 6/15

Post by maverick » Tue Jun 09, 2020 4:40 pm

Sierra NF:
Original Announcement:
Construction on Beasore Road will begin on Wednesday June 10th, 2020 paving work will take place on the road one (1) mile passed the Chiquito Bridge. Visitors can expect up to two (2) hour traffic delays during the project, and a lot of construction equipment traffic along Beasore Road.
There will be no parking allowed on the shoulders and various pullouts during the construction period. This project work is expected to last for approximately 2 weeks.
On Monday June 29th, 2020 work will then begin on the replacement of the Upper Chiquito Bridge. During this phase of construction Beasore Road starting at the Upper Chiquito Bridge will not be passable for approximately 120 days the use of alternate routes during this period will be necessary.
All drivers are reminded to obey all traffic laws in the designated construction zones, and speed limits.
For more information on this project and alternate routes through the forest please contact the Bass Lake Ranger District at 559-877-2218.

Updated Announcement:
FYI - Update on the start date for Beasore Road Construction Project.
The road construction scheduled to begin Wednesday June 10th, has been postponed and will begin on Monday June 15th.
More information will be forthcoming......


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