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In response to the state’s declared emergency for COVID-19, Caltrans is launching a statewide educational campaign on the state’s highways, urging all Californians to be more diligent about containing the spread of the virus
As basketball fans gear up to see teams duke it out during March Madness, Caltrans shows us how the Bay Bridge has become a symbol for the community through one of the NBA’s most successful teams.
In this Caltrans News Flash, see how Caltrans is using goats to aid in controlling weeds within a 20-acre site adjacent to Highway 1 just north of the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse.
Caltrans’ “Operation Snowflake” Is Key To Battling Winter Storms On The I-5 Grapevine In Los Angeles County
Los Angeles — The history, culture and contributions of Native American tribes in California continue to the present day, and Caltrans celebrates the people and their work which are an intrinsic part of this state’s fabric.
In this Caltrans News Flash, see how the Caltrans Division of Aeronautics proactively worked with the Department of Defense and the Catalina Island Conservancy to renovate the Catalina Island Airport in the Sky, which serves as a ...
This month the California Transportation Commission (CTC) allocated more than $200 million for 27 fix-it-first highway projects and $42 million for 43 transit, bike and pedestrian projects that are partially funded by Senate Bill ...
The winter season is upon us, and the snowy and rainy conditions can make for challenging travel as family, friends, food and festive occasions pull Californians all over the state.
As part of an effort to identify how climate change will have on California’s complex transportation system that millions rely on, Caltrans is conducting region-specific climate change vulnerability assessments for each of Caltran ...