Highway maintenance and construction remains one of the most dangerous jobs in California. On the heels of two work zone fatalities in the last month, Caltrans is launching its annual “Move Over” educational campaign this week to ...
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Restaurants, retailers and other businesses are eligible to temporarily operate on the state highway right of way (ROW) under permits available today from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is looking for 150 volunteers to help it research an alternative to the state gas tax. Californians can sign up at CARoadCharge.com
In this News Flash, learn how new safety protocols have allowed Caltrans to resume its litter abatement efforts along the State Highway System during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this News Flash, we will show you the safest way to navigate an intersection during times with no power and also highlight Caltrans’ use of retroreflective bordered backplates—yellow reflective strips placed around the perimete ...
As the U.S. Department of Transportation establishes October as the first-ever National Pedestrian Safety Month, Caltrans is refining its data-driven programs to enhance pedestrian safety and reduce injury and death on California ...
Broader Representation, Transparency Also Planned for California Advisory Committee on Geographic Names
New Project Builds on Previous Prevention Efforts that Reduced Wrong Way Driving Incidents by 44 Percent
Caltrans today announced it is receiving a $20 million federal grant to improve the busiest, most congested rail junction in California.
Exemptions Required for Temporary Signs Visible from Highway