Caltrans today awarded nearly $115 million in Clean California grants to cities and local agencies.
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Caltrans will host its third annual Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Summit on Oct. 10 in Richmond to assist socially and economically disadvantaged businesses to secure contracting opportunities and build California’s new ...
Californians encouraged to participate in September cleanups and learn about water quality
Powered by an infusion of state and federal investments, Caltrans announced today it has awarded $41.6 million in planning grants for 90 sustainable, climate-resilient transportation projects throughout California that address loc ...
The California State Auditor today removed the state’s transportation infrastructure from its “high-risk list” after 16 years in recognition of the progress California has made in rebuilding and upgrading the state transportation ...
California’s efforts to ensure the long-term resiliency of State Route 37 (SR-37) and San Pablo Bay received a significant boost last week with the infusion of $155 million in federal funding.
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) this week allocated more than $3.1 billion for projects that will improve the state’s transportation infrastructure, making it safer, more sustainable and more reliable.
Fifty years ago this month, the State of California established a new Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to unify a wide range of transportation functions under a single entity.
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) this week invested nearly $2 billion into improving the state’s transportation infrastructure while approving an additional $2.3 billion for future projects.
The State of California today honored 11 Caltrans employees with the Governor’s State Employee Medal of Valor, the highest honors California bestows on its public servants.