State Routes 108, 120, and 49 Guardrail Upgrades

Project Facts


The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will upgrade the existing metal beam guardrails to the Midwest Guardrail System to meet current standards. Upgrades will occur in Stanislaus County along State Route 108 from post mile 28.5 to post mile 33.4 and State Route 120 at post mile 12.22, and within Tuolumne County along State Route 108 from post mile R0.97 to post mile 53.03, State Route 120 from post mile 6.01 to post mile 11.29, and State Route 49 at post mile 17.6.

Project Benefits

Purpose:  The purpose of the project is to reduce the severity of roadway departure crashes on State Routes 108, 120, and 49 in Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties.

Need:  Existing traffic safety devices (guardrails) do not comply with current standards.

Estimated Funding Breakdown

Local: N/A
State: $496,000
Federal: $3,831,000
Construction Cost: $4,327,000

Proposed Project Schedule

Final Environmental document to be completed: 10/2020
Right of way acquisition to be completed: N/A
Design to be completed: 11/30/21
Advertise: 4/15/22
Construction to begin: 7/1/22
Construction to be completed: 7/11/23

Project Contact Info

Project Manager:  Amit Ministry, 209-948-3708

Senior Generalist:  C. Scott Guidi, 209-990-5719

Public Information Office: Stockton
Phone: 209-948-7977


Final Initial Study with Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration - September 2020 (PDF) 2,020KB