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Clean California will create an estimated 11,000 state and local jobs over three years, including opportunities for people exiting homelessness, veterans, students, at-risk youth, and those reentering society from incarceration.
Caltrans District 5 will be presenting the conceptual bridge rail design and the interpretive display concepts for the Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge replacement during a virtual public meeting Monday.
[Update]: Three large transport vehicles to deliver wind turbine blades to the Lompoc area is postponed until next week.
The California Transportation Commission allocated more than $1.4 billion for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state.
A project to resurface State Route 135 from north of Den Street to the San Antonio Creek Bridge, near Batchelder Road will begin on Thursday, August 12.
The California Transportation Commission allocated more than $1.18 billion for projects to fix and improve transportation infrastructure throughout California.
The California Transportation Commission at its May meeting allocated more than $924 million for projects to improve critical transportation infrastructure throughout the state.
[Update]: US Highway 101 is now open in both directions near State Route 135 in Los Alamos after being closed due to downed power lines close to the roadway.