The Ferguson rock slide covers a section of Highway 140 during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony at the east side of the Ferguson slide in Mariposa County on Friday . The $133 million project will restore two-lane access on the road between Mariposa and El Portal, providing a direct route to enter Yosemite National Park. The undertaking has been split into two phases, officials said.
The Ferguson rock slide covers a section of Highway 140 during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony at the east side of the Ferguson slide in Mariposa County on Friday . The $133 million project will restore two-lane access on the road between Mariposa and El Portal, providing a direct route to enter Yosemite National Park. The undertaking has been split into two phases, officials said. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star
The Ferguson rock slide covers a section of Highway 140 during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony at the east side of the Ferguson slide in Mariposa County on Friday . The $133 million project will restore two-lane access on the road between Mariposa and El Portal, providing a direct route to enter Yosemite National Park. The undertaking has been split into two phases, officials said. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star

Ferguson Project will boost access to Yosemite

March 13, 2015 10:32 PM