Every day in California, hundreds of projects in our vast transportation network, including cities and counties, are beginning, in progress, or completed. Caltrans is proud of the work performed by staff, construction partners, and local stakeholders who deliver these projects, safely and effectively, while being good stewards of taxpayer dollars.
Before and after pictures showcasing how and where we are rebuilding California is another way to assert our commitment to accountability and transparency when it comes to how Californian’s tax dollars are spent. View the images below to see how Caltrans and our local partners are “getting it done with SB 1!”
District 1 - Rio Dell, Humboldt County
In the City of Rio Dell, new curb ramps, sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes were installed to improve safety.
District 2 – State Route 299, Modoc County
Near Canby in Modoc County, a bridge was replaced to safely accommodate vehicles, bicycylists, and pedestrians in the area.
District 3 – US 50, El Dorado County
Near South Lake Tahoe, the Echo Summit Sidehill Viaduct was replaced using the Accelerated Bridge Construction method. This bridge was demolished, replaced, and returned to service within 9 days!
District 3 – US 50, Sacramento County
Along US 50 in Sacramento County, 59 lane miles of pavement were improved from west of Sunrise Blvd to the El Dorado/Sacramento County line.
District 4 – State Route 35, Santa Clara County
On State Route 35, a retaining wall, upgraded drainage system, and a new roadway section was constructed to repair a 200-foot section of roadway that was washed out by a series of heavy rain events in 2017.
District 5 – Watsonville, Santa Cruz County
Near the Watsonville Slough Trailhead, a multi-use pedestrian and bicycle path was installed. This project includes public outreach and training to reduce the number of pedestrian and bicycle accidents involving students and residents.
District 6 – Parlier, Fresno County
In the City of Parlier, along Manning Avenue, eight-foot wide sidewalks and painted bike lanes were installed to increase pedestrian safety.
District 7 – Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
In the Atwater Village neighborhood, the La Kretz pedestrian crossing was constructed over the Los Angeles River to provide year-round connection and passage to Griffith Park.
District 7 – State Route 57, Los Angeles County
Along State Route 57, various sections of the roadway were repaired from State Route 60 in Diamond Bar to north of the Los Angeles/Orange County line
District 8 – Temescal Canyon Rd., Riverside County
Temescal Canyon Road was widened from two lanes to four lanes and included the installation of painted bicycle lanes and sidewalk.
District 9 – Bishop, Inyo County
At various locations in the City of Bishop, sidewalks, curbs, and painted bicycle lanes were constructed.
District 10 – Stockton, San Joaquin County
Within the Weston Ranch Subdivision area, the San Joaquin Trail bikeway was improved. In-ground bicycle racks and landscape elements were also installed.
District 11 – Interstate 15, San Diego County
Along Interstate 15 in San Diego, a bike path was constructed to connect Mid-City to Mission Valley.
District 12 – Anaheim, Orange County
On West Street, five-foot wide sidewalks, curb and gutter, and drainage facilities were installed along the east and west side of the street.