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[Update]: Highway 154 is now open at the Alamo Pintado Creek Bridge in Los Olivos.
In response to the oncoming powerful storm, this morning Caltrans activated approximately 1,200 electronic highway signs statewide to display urgent safety messaging.
Caltrans unveiled potential project locations statewide to enhance safety and create a more interconnected system for people who use active means of transportation, such as walking and biking.
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.
[Update]: Southbound Highway 101 lanes in Santa Maria are now opening following a closure due to a truck spill.
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.
A paving project along Highway 154 will result in additional road work during the overnight hours over the next two months.
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.
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.
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.
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 has been awarded eight Sustainable Transportation Planning Grants totaling $2.34 million to plan sustainable transportation projects.
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.
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.