Articles From : caltrans

  • All Aboard: Caltrans Has New Passenger Trains

    Caltrans debuted its new fleet of traincars for passengers in the Central Valley and Northern California.

  • Butterfly Lane Pedestrian Undercrossing Now Open

    The Butterfly Lane Pedestrian Undercrossing in Montecito is open following a major improvement project

  • Weekend Closure of Seacliff Ramps on Highway 101

    Caltrans announced a 59-hour weekend closure of Seacliff off and on ramps on southbound Highway 101 in Ventura County this weekend.

  • Federal Funding to Help California Expand Electric Vehicle Charging Network

    California has the green light to start using federal infrastructure funding to expand electric vehicle  charging stations along the state’s interstates and highways following the recent federal approval of a joint plan by Caltrans and California Energy Commission.

  • An Un-BEE-Lieveable Rescue

    An un-bee-lieveable 10,000 honeybees were rescued from a signpost in Lompoc on Thursday.

  • Highway 101 Carpool Lane Project Video

    Caltrans has released a video of the completed Highway 101 carpool lane project between Carpinteria and Santa Barbara.

  • Highway 101 Southbound in Santa Maria Reopens Following Spill

    [Update]: Southbound Highway 101 lanes in Santa Maria are now opening following a closure due to a truck spill.

  • Highway 101 Reduced to One Lane Overnight Next Week

    Caltrans announces Hwy 101 will be reduced to one southbound bypass lane from Mussel Shoals to Faria Beach from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting June 20-25.

  • Highway 154 Roadwork Continues Overnight for Two Months

    A paving project along Highway 154 will result in additional road work during the overnight hours over the next two months.

  • Closures of Southbound 101 Ramps at Seacliff in Ventura County

    Caltrans announces that southbound U.S. 101 off-ramp at Seacliff will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday until summer 2023.

  • Hwy 101/SR135 Bridge Project Continues In Los Alamos

    A project to reconstruct the bridges on US Highway 101 at the Interchange with State Route 135 in Los Alamos will continue with the installation of bridge girders beginning Tuesday May 24.

  • Highway 101 Lane Closures for Gaviota Rock Scaling Operation

    Travelers on northbound Highway 101 will encounter a closure of the right lane from the entrance to Gaviota State Park to one-mile north of the Gaviota Tunnel this week.

  • Southbound Highway 101 Bypass Lane Installed in Ventura County

    Caltrans plans to install a southbound bypass lane on U.S. 101 near Mussel Shoals that crosses over the median to the left northbound lane and it will extend more than four miles to Faria Beach.

  • Caltrans District 5 Awarded $2.34 Million to Plan Sustainable Transportation Projects

    Caltrans District 5 has been awarded eight Sustainable Transportation Planning Grants totaling $2.34 million to plan sustainable transportation projects.

  • Butterfly Lane Pedestrian Undercrossing Expected to Finish This Summer

    Caltrans is making progress on the US Highway 101 Pedestrian Undercrossing at Butterfly Lane as part of a major improvement project.


    A project to apply a protective coating to preserve the decks of various bridges in Santa Barbara County will begin Tuesday.

  • Northbound Highway 101 Reduced to One Lane Overnight This Week

    Caltrans announces Hwy 101 will be reduced to one northbound lane overnight from Faria Beach to Mussel Shoals from March 28 to April 2 for slab replacements.

  • CTC Allocates Funds for Road Repair on Central Coast

    The California Transportation Commission this week allocated $578 million for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state.

  • Highway 101 Reduced to One Lane Overnight in Ventura

    Caltrans will reduce Highway 101 to one northbound and one southbound lane overnight near Faria Beach to Mussel Shoals from Monday, Feb. 7, to Saturday, Feb. 12, for lane striping.

  • Caltrans Approves Use of Low-Carbon Cement to Help Combat Climate Change

    Caltrans announced it is approving the use of low-carbon cement to help reduce the carbon footprint of California’s transportation system.

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