2 Men Killed Thursday by Amtrak Train Had Been Evicted from Berkeley Homeless CampTwo men who were struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Berkeley on Thursday night were homeless and had just been evicted from a camp nearby.
NTSB Critical of Caltrans Highway Barrier Maintenance In Wake Of Fatal Tesla CrashIn the wake of a March 2018 fatal Tesla crash in Mountain View, the National Transportation Safety Board has issued a safety recommendation urging California transportation officials to move faster to repair highway safety barriers damaged by vehicles.
Kitten Rescued From Discarded 880 Freeway BarrelAn alert Caltrans supervisor got a surprised when she looked into a 50-gallon barrel discarded on northbound 880 near the 5th street exit.
Pacifica Celebrates Highway 1 Repaving, New Pedestrian BridgeHighway 1 -- the iconic roadway that offers beautiful views of the California coast -- will now be a little bit easier to drive after a ten-mile stretch of the highway received a recent facelift.
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Concrete Repairs Complete, Caltrans SaysCaltrans began repairs to the bridge after a large concrete chunk hit a car on the bridge's lower deck the morning of Feb. 7. On Thursday, the agency announced joint replacement work on the bridge is complete.
Caltrans Moves To New High-Tech Lane-Striping MachineCommuters driving along Highway 101 in Marin might notice some new striping along the roadway thanks to a new piece of Caltrans equipment.
Diverging Diamond Interchanges Coming To California In Effort To Ease TrafficSomething new is coming to California highways and it is already under construction in Manteca. Drivers will soon be driving through the state’s first diverging diamond interchange.
Caltrans Puts Finishing Touches On Project To Fix Richmond-San Rafael BridgeCaltrans is now putting the finishing touches on a project to fix 31 expansion joints on the upper deck of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.
Growing Stretch Of Homeless Camps In Silicon Valley Visible from SpaceA mile-long stretch of homeless people living in tents and their attendant trash in Santa Clara County has grown so large, the encampments are visible by satellite.
Crews Rush to Fix Roads, Utilities in Quake-Stricken California Desert CommunitiesOfficials worked Sunday to repair roads and restore utilities following the largest earthquake in Southern California in nearly two decades.
Fixing Old San Rafael 101 Off-Ramp Will Cost Millions More Than EstimatedThe cost to replace an aging Highway 101 off-ramp that handles thousands of cars a day has soared beyond the original projections.