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  • 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.


    Travelers on Highway 101 north will encounter traffic control from the Mariposa Reina over-crossing to SR-1 on Tuesday and Wednesday for a rock scaling operation to enhance public safety, weather permitting.

  • SR-135 Bridge Project Resumes with Girder Installation

    A project to reconstruct the bridges on Highway 101 at the Interchange with SR-135 in Los Alamos will continue with the installation of bridge girders on Thursday.


    A project to repair a damaged shoulder along US Highway 101 following the Alisal Fire expected to start on Monday will begin today.

  • Caltrans Urges Drivers to Avoid Travel to Sierra

    Caltrans Director Toks Omishakin is urging motorists to avoid non-essential mountain travel until weather conditions improve.


    A project to resurface six-miles of SR-135 (Broadway) from the US 101/State Route 135 Interchange to Lakeview Road will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 5.

  • Highway 101 Intermittent Full Closures in Gaviota Tuesday

    Caltrans will implement intermittent full closures of Highway 101 near Gaviota on Tuesday for a rock scaling operation.

  • Bridge Replacement Project Continues in Los Alamos

    A project to reconstruct the bridges on Hwy 101 at SR-135 in Los Alamos will continue with the installation of bridge girders beginning Tuesday.

  • Butterfly Lane Undercrossing Closed for Construction

    A long-term 24/7 closure of the Highway 101 Pedestrian Undercrossing at Butterfly Lane will begin Monday, December 6 for a major improvement project.

  • Caltrans Offers Volunteers up to $250 for Highway Litter Removal

    Caltrans announced a new Clean California pilot program that offers Adopt-a-Highway volunteers up to $250 for picking up highway litter.

  • Hwy 101 South Lanes Reopen in Buellton

    [Update]: The southbound lanes of US 101 have reopened in Buellton due to a traffic incident involving an overturned big-rig truck.

  • Hwy101 Surface Treatment/Gore Area Paving Project Begins Sunday Night

    A project to install contrasting surface treatments and paving within the gore points on Highway 101 from south of the Interchange with SR-135 in Los Alamos to north of the Solomon Summit Overcrossing will begin on Sunday.

  • Highway 101 Lane Reductions For Alisal Fire Cleanup

    A project to clean and repair damages along Highway 101 north of Gaviota State Park to El Capitan State Beach will continue intermittently through April 2022 with short-term lane reduction in both directions.

  • Clean California Creates Jobs to Beautify Roadsides

    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.

  • Resurfacing of SR-192

    The resurfacing of State Route 192 in Santa Barbara County continues this week from Ladera Lane to Ortega Ridge Road

  • Public Meeting for Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge

    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.

  • SR-192 Resurfacing in Montecito Begins Tuesday

    A project to resurface State Route 192 in both directions from Cold Springs Rd. to 0.9 miles west of Nidever Rd. will begin on Tuesday September 7.

  • Strauss Wind Turbine Transport Postponed Until Next Week

    [Update]: Three large transport vehicles to deliver wind turbine blades to the Lompoc area is postponed until next week.

  • Left Turn Lane Project on SR-246 Near Buellton

    A project to install a new left-turn lane on State Route 246 at the Foley Estates between Campbell Road East and Drum Canyon Road near Buellton will begin on Monday.

  • California Invests $1.4 Billion for Transportation Improvements

    The California Transportation Commission allocated more than $1.4 billion for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state.

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