CalTrans announces highway closures due to storm

Here are the current areas of full highway closures and traffic control due to storm damage in Caltrans District 2 as of 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Full closures
Highway 70 is currently closed in Butte and Plumas counties between Jarbo Gap and the Greenville Wye (junction with Highway 89) due to active slides. No estimated time on highway reopening. Recent video of blasting efforts near Cresta available here.

Highway 96 is currently closed in Siskiyou County approximately 4 miles west of Happy Camp due to an active slide. No estimated time on highway reopening.

One-way traffic control
Highway 89 is currently under 24/7 one-way traffic control in Plumas County approximately 2.5 miles south of Canyon Dam/junction with Highway 147 due to an active slide. No estimated time on highway fully reopening and area is subject to closure at any time due to continuing slide activity.

Highway 299 is currently under 24/7 one-way traffic control (via traffic signal) in Trinity County between Hawkins Bar and Burnt Ranch due to a slide. Motorists should currently anticipate up to 10-minute delays in the area. No estimated time on highway fully reopening and area is subject to closure at any time due to continuing slide activity.

Note
Due to continuing inclement weather, highway conditions throughout District 2 are subject to change at any time. Motorists are urged to limit non-essential travel and monitor changing weather and roadway conditions if they must travel.

24/7 updated highway information available at QuickMap. Route restriction information for larger vehicles available here.