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Caltrans District 4 - Interstate 80 Integrated Corridor Mobility Groundbreaking

Caltrans District 4 - Interstate 80 Integrated Corridor Mobility Project (ICM) Groundbreaking October 19, 2012. Camera and edited by Dennis Parecadan

Doyle Drive Historic Fence Restoration

Doyle Drive Historic Fence Restoration

Devil's Slide Tunnels Project - Video Highlights

Devil's Slide Tunnels Project - Video Highlights Fall 2012 Shot and Edited By Dennis Parecadan

Phase II of the Doyle Drive Presidio Parkway Project

Caltrans , Federal ,State and Local officials celebrated the commencement of Phase II of the Doyle Drive Presidio Parkway Project on October 12, 2012. Phase II is the first California Public Private Partnership Project under the new Senate Bill X2 4. Run Time: 07:14 Minutes Camera and Editing by Benjamin Roxton

Marin-Sonoma Narrows US 101 HOV Widening Project

Caltrans and its partner agencies, Transportation Authority of Marin and Sonoma County Transportation Authority, celebrate the Ribbon Cutting of the HOV lane widening on US 101. The area is commonly referred to as the “Narrows”, as the highway currently narrows from 3 to 2 lanes. The project widens the roadway from 2 to 3 lanes in each direction. The new roadway will includes HOV lanes that will connect with existing and future HOV lanes. Camera and edited by Benjamin Roxton

Caltrans District 4 - Disability and Diversity Awareness Day

The goal of Disability and Diversity Awareness Day is to encourage, promote, and foster a workforce environment where differences can be celebrated and understood. Caltrans employees share their different cultures and backgrounds and by doing so gain a better understanding of the many diverse backgrounds that unite Caltrans employees who share a common goal of improving mobility across California. Camera and Edited by Benjamin Roxton

Caltrans District 4 - Innovation Fair 2012

Caltrans District 4 employees share their innovative ideas for improvements to current and future challenges. Caltrans employees are empowered to seek creative solutions and take intelligent risks. Caltrans District 4 Employees share and highlight some of their innovative ideas at the Caltrans District 4, 2012 Innovation Fair . Camera and Editing by Benjamin Roxton

Caltrans District 4 - US 101 Milestone Ceremony June 15, 2012

Caltrans, Sonoma County Transportation Authority and the City of Rohnert Park celebrated on June 15, 2012, a milestone in the completion of the Golf Course Drive undercrossing beneath the U.S. 101. The new undercrossing features bike and pedestrian access. Run Time: 04 min 20 sec Camera and Edited by Benjamin Roxton

Caltrans District 4 - 56 Hours and 45 Minutes to Success

Caltrans reached a major milestone when it successfully completed Phase I of the Presidio Parkway project to replace the seismically deficient Doyle Drive. This video chronicles the history of Doyle Drive and explains the Presidio Parkway project, with special focus on the weekend closure and marathon demolition work necessary to open the seismically safe temporary bypass, marking the completion of Phase I construction. This milestone made the way for Phase II construction to begin. Camera and Edited by Benjamin Roxton Narrrated by Dennis Turchon RT 10:25 min

Caltrans District 4 - SR 4 Sand Creek Interchange Groundbreaking 2012

State Route 4 Sand Creed Interchange, groundbreaking ceremony, June 22, 2012. Camera & Edited by Dennis Parecadan, District 4 Audio Visual

Celebration Ceremony of 56 Hours to Success

Doyle Drive Demolition and Reopening Celebration. Caltrans and partner agencies celebrate the 56 hours to success of the demolition of the seismically unsafe Doyle Drive. The new seismically safe Presidio Parkway connects the Golden Gate Bridge and completes phase one of the Presidio Parkway project. Camera and Editing by Benjamin Roxton. Run Time: 4 minutes 37 seconds

Caltrans Demolishes Seismically Unsafe Doyle Drive Over a Weekend and Re-Opens the New Safe Route to Traffic in Less Than 57 Hours

Caltrans replaced the structure with a temporary bypass and open the new seismically safe bridge and tunnel to traffic. The demolition began Friday evening on April 27, 2012 and the new seismically safe structure was reopened ahead of schedule the following Monday at 4:45 AM, less than 57 hours after the demolition began. Run Time: 4 Minutes Camera and Editing by Benjamin Roxton

Caltrans District 4 - Antioch Bridge Seismic Safety Achieved!

April 17, 2012, Camera & Edited by Dennis Parecadan

State Route 12 Jameson Canyon Widening Project, Groundbreaking Ceremony, April 4, 2012.

Camera & Edited by Dennis Parecadan

State Route 4, Widening at Contra Loma Blvd, groundbreaking ceremony March 9, 2012.

Camera and edit by Dennis Parecadan

Caltrans District 4 - Antioch Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project - Cross Bracing Installation.

Camera & Edited by Dennis Parecadan

Caltrans District 4 - Antioch Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project - Bearing Installation.

Camera & Edited by Dennis Parecadan.

Caldecott Tunnel 4th Bore Project Highlights, March 28, 2012.

Camera and edit by Dennis Parecadan

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