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.
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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.
A new inspirational video highlights the story of a formerly incarcerated graduate from the California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) who now has a bright future with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).
California Transportation Plan 2050 details roadmap to innovative, sustainable, and integrated system over next three decades.
Caltrans announced today that major emergency repairs of Highway 1 on the Big Sur Coast at Rat Creek will begin March 1 and that it estimates it will reopen the famed roadway early this summer.
In this Caltrans News Flash, Public Information Officer Kerstin Tomlinson introduces us to the crew who operates a Caltrans fleet of boats to clean up the San Francisco Bay.
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) today allocated more than $571 million to address transportation needs throughout the state, an investment that will help repair highways and bridges and enhance California’s growing ...
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers now have more fast-charging options along state highways in Central California — including at the popular Tejon Pass Rest Area near the Los Angeles/Kern County line
These retroreflective bordered backplates – yellow reflective strips placed around the perimeter of traffic signals – increase traffic signal visibility during morning hours, at night, or during a loss of power.
Advanced technology is now available to Caltrans to assist with the removal of dead, dying, and diseased trees throughout District 4’s nine counties.