Roads are to reopen on Monday as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The roads were closed across much of northern and central California from Friday afternoon to Monday.
The roads are still being inspected and will reopen by early next week.
Roads are open for motorised travel, but it will be limited to people using wheelchairs, quadriplegics and people who are under the age of 50.
No other traffic restrictions are in place.
The state’s highways commission said it would work with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to implement temporary closures.
Motorists who need to get on or off roads will need to find alternative means of transport, which is possible only if there is no other available option.
Roads will reopen on Tuesday, and traffic is expected to be light on Tuesday afternoon.
Motorist-owners can also check the road conditions on their phones.