The Loma Prieta earthquake represents one of the biggest challenges that Caltrans has ever faced. Our department’s professionalism and grit were on full display in the days that followed.
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In this Caltrans News Flash, see how Caltrans proactively works to keep highways clear of rocks and debris and, in turn, ensures the safety of the traveling public.
Just a week after the Camp Fire erupted last fall in Butte County, Caltrans launched one of the region’s largest recovery efforts to make the state highways safe for emergency crews and motorists.
As part of an effort to identify how climate change might impact the State Highway System, Caltrans is releasing three Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments that focus on the risks posed to the transportation system by wildfire ...
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In this Caltrans News Flash, see how Caltrans built an innovative new bridge right in the middle of one of Napa Valley’s most iconic tourist towns.
In this News Flash, we will show you the safest way to navigate an intersection during times with no power.
In this Caltrans News Flash, Public Information Officer Maria Rocha explores the importance of securing truck cargo loads to reduce traffic incidents, litter, and worker time spent in traffic lanes.
In this Caltrans News Flash, we feature the innovative systems used to monitor and clean the Caldecott Tunnel on State Route 24 between Oakland and Orinda in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
Caltrans will award more than $34 million in transportation planning grants for fiscal year 2020-2021 to successful applicant local agencies and their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related gre ...