Caltrans awarded $34 million in state and federal funds to cities, counties, tribes and transit agencies throughout California today to improve the state’s transportation network.
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The California Transportation Commission (CTC) at its May meeting allocated more than $924 million for projects to improve critical transportation infrastructure throughout the state.
Caltrans today honored the lives of 189 highway workers who have died keeping others safe during its 31st annual memorial on the West steps of the California State Capitol.
Caltrans announced it has reopened Highway 1 at Rat Creek in Monterey County today ― nearly two months ahead of its target date and a week ahead of the date announced earlier this month.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers travelling along Highway 395 in Inyo County and Highway 58 in Kern County can now recharge using five newly installed fast charging stations.
Caltrans announced today it will reopen Highway 1 at Rat Creek in Monterey County by April 30 – nearly two months ahead of its target date.
Caltrans awarded more than $227 million today to fund safety projects designed to reduce traffic deaths and serious injuries on city and county roads.
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) today allocated $491 million to address transportation needs throughout the state.
Caltrans received a $2.15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) today to study impacts of a potential road user charge program in rural communities.
Every year Caltrans Maintenance and Geotechnical engineers complete field reviews to assess slopes on state routes for rockfall and other issues that may affect travel in mountainous regions.