Mile Marker: A Caltrans Performance Report

Issue 1, 2022

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Director's Message

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My time as Caltrans’ acting Director has come to an end, and I wanted to thank you all for the support that I have received since serving in this interim role.

Mile Markers

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Caltrans Strategic Plan Performance Objectives

Caltrans Helps Make Clean Sweep of State

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Clean California, through engagement and partnerships, tackles trash to transform communities

Projects Honor, Protect a Way of Life

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Department dedicated to collaborating with California’s diverse tribes

Caltrans, State Push Fire-Resilient Roadways Strategy

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Aggressive vegetation management lowers danger along vulnerable routes

Project Spotlight: Otay Mesa East Land Port of Entry

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Caltrans a key player in creating new trade/travel corridor between U.S., Mexico

All Aboard to the Future

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Hydrogen power is coming down the track for California's rail fleet

More Federal Dollars Strengthen State Travel Grid

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Pandemic relief funds, record reallocation sent to Caltrans, local agencies

Pavement Innovations Will Have a Lasting Impact

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Caltrans and the UC: Partners on the road to durability