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The lane closures layer presents construction and maintenance activities either by Caltrans or the HSR Authority. Although the data files on the public servers include all active and planned lane closures, Caltrans QuickMap only shows the active lane closures. Planned Lane closures can be found using the Planned Lane Closures link accessible in the Caltrans QuickMap drop down menu labeled links or by visiting the main Caltrans web page: Caltrans.
The Lane Closure data files are updated every 5 minutes. The Caltrans QuickMap drop down menu labeled Options enables the layer to be turned on or off. CHP incidents are indicated by red triangular markers.
The CHP incident layer is updated every 1 minute. The CHIN incident layer is updated every 1 minute. Caltrans QuickMap does not show markers for signs that are not currently displaying messages. The info window pop-up displays the message as it is shown on the CMS. The Message Signs layer is updated every 1 minute. Cameras The Cameras layer presents selected still images from cameras throughout the State. Still images were selected instead of providing full motion imagery to insure that the web page would be able to provide traveler information even during high demand periods.
Since the camera images were never intended for use by the public when originally installed, Caltrans is currently working to upgrade and standardize the image quality and information provided. The period between image updates varies by location, depending on the communication technology currently used.
The goal is to provide image updates every 20 minutes or less. Chain Controls The Chain Controls layer presents the active chain control requirements throughout the State. A tire with chains is used for all restrictions. Restrictions are outlined in the info window pop-up. The chain control levels used in California are shown in the table below. HT All traffic is being held at the chain control check point due to accidents or weather related conditions.
MAX Truck chain requirements are maximum for all trucks. MIN Truck chain requirements are minimum for all trucks. R-0 There are no chain restrictions at this time. R-1 Chains are required on all vehicles except passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks under 6, pounds gross weight and equipped with snow tires on at least two drive wheels.
Chains must be carried by vehicles using snow tires. All vehicles towing trailers must have chains on one drive axle. Trailers with brakes must have chains on at least one axle. R-3 Chains or traction devices are required on all vehicles, no exceptions. RC Currently the road is closed due to accidents or weather related conditions.
TH All truck trailer combinations are being held at the chain control camper due to accidents or weather related conditions. TS All trucks must stop at the chain check point; Caltrans is currently screening for chains.
Drivers must have maximum chains in their possession in order to proceed. Trucks without chains will be turned around. Permit loads are prohibited over the summit. TTA All truck trailer combinations are being turned around at the chain control camper due to traction problems over Donner Summit. TTS All single axle drive trucks pulling a trailer are being turned around at the chain control camper due to traction problems over Donner Summit.
TTSD All single axle drive trucks pulling a set of doubles are being turned around at the chain control camper due to traction problems over Donner Summit. VM A traffic control is in effect to meter vehicles at the chain check point in order to reduce traffic congestion in the mountain areas.
W No restrictions - watch for snow on pavement. The Chain Control layer is updated every 1 minute. Due to the current process, used, it will be between 1 and 5 minutes from the time the information is changed by Caltrans and the time it is reflected on the map. Incidents reported off of State Highways are not displayed. Waze Incidents for Accidents.
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