National researchers, Caltrans and regional authorities are sounding the alarm about California’s streets and roads.
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TRIP Report Documents California's Road Condition Crisis
Construction Begins on $50M State Route 160/Highway 4 Direct Connector Ramps Project
Work on a much-needed connection between the Antioch Bridge and Highway 4 began this morning with a brief groundbreaking ceremony.
Oakland Students Are Engineers for a Day
They aren’t old enough to drive across a bridge, but that didn’t deter Lafayette Elementary School fourth and fifth-graders from donning hard hats and safety vests and learning how to build one.
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge: Permanent Fix for Broken Rods Now in Place
Caltrans has completed the installation of the saddles on the new East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, which replaces the seismic safety function of the broken rods and the temporary
Troll's New Guard Post is Oakland Museum
Trolls are notorious shape-shifters, but the famous Bay Bridge troll chose to remain in his original form during his installation in the Oakland Museum of California on Tuesday.
New Truck Scales Tackle Congestion and Safety Issues
New Interstate-80 eastbound truck scales at the Cordelia Junction in Solano County have made a dramatic difference for truckers and commuters in the three months since they opened, said transportat
BART Strike Update
UPDATE October 23, 2013
Caltrans Completes Devil’s Slide Tunnel Construction
Caltrans cut the ribbon today for the first new highway tunnels in California in nearly 50 years and the longest tunnels in the state — the new Devil’s Slide Tunnels on State Route 1 in San Mateo C
Nighttime Aerial Acrobatics for Oakland Airport Connector Project
BART and Caltrans closed all lanes of northbound Interstate 880 (I-880) at Hegenberger Road in Oakland on Sunday, March 17 between the hours of 1 a.m. and 6 a.m.
2nd San Mateo-Hayward Bridge Closure Canceled Thanks to Quick Progress on Repair
Caltrans announced today that thanks to better than expected progress on deck repairs, the second weekend closure of the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge — originally scheduled for October 26-29, 2012 — ha