- Strategic Growth Plan - Transportation Investments for Mobility
- Legislative Info
- Outside Agencies
- Inside Seven Employee Newsletter
- code survey - a project by renée green
- Early Education Center - The Center offers spacious rooms for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers and is open to the public.
- District 7 Video Library
Division of Maintenance
The Maintenance Program is assigned the care and upkeep of State highways. Proper care and upkeep conserves the public investment in the highway system and ensures that the system will continue to provide maximum benefit to the public.
Highway maintenance is the preservation, upkeep, and restoration of the roadway facilities as nearly as possible in the condition in which they have been constructed. "Roadway facilities" includes freeways, highways, maintenance stations and appurtenant facilities. Maintenance also includes the operation of highway facilities and services to provide satisfactory and safe highway transportation.
Our vision is to be the World Leader in Maintaining a Safe and Efficient Highway system. Through the efforts of dedicated and skilled employees, we will:
Highway transportation is essential to the economy of the State of California. The closure of a highway may result not only in inconvenience but also in serious economic losses to the traveling public. It is the duty of Maintenance to protect the motoring public from these costly interruptions to traffic. Caltrans Maintenance will react promptly to emergencies while taking steps to protect employees, the public, and the environment. In addition, the Maintenance Program will practice proper scheduling and planning of routine maintenance procedures to keep delays at a minimum. Every effort should be made to speedily correct conditions that interfere with the orderly flow of traffic.
Maintenance Engineering - COS