Caltrans District 9 Projects
About Distict 9
Caltrans District 9 encompasses the central-east portion of the State with its headquarters in Bishop. The District is responsible for all of the State Highway Systems in Inyo, Mono and eastern Kern Counties.
In geographical size, District 9 is the fourth largest District covering 16,465 square miles, containing varied topography. Mount Whitney (the highest peak in the lower 48 states) is less than 150 miles from Bad Water, Death Valley (the lowest point in the US). There are several State highways that cross the Sierra Nevada mountain range; one leading to the east entrance of Yosemite National Park. The District is in the western portion of the Great Basin, which includes the Owens Valley, bordered by the White and Inyo Mountains to the east and the Sierra to the west. The Mojave Desert encompasses parts of Inyo, San Bernardino, and eastern Kern Counties. The varied topography and elevation lend to a wide range of climate zones.
The District has 19 US and State designated highways.
- Status of Projects
- Projects in Construction
- Future Projects
- Aspen Fales Shoulder Widening Project
- Towne Pass Curve Correction Project
- Death Valley Junction Thin Blanket Project
- Freeman Gulch Widening Projects
- North See Vee Signal Project
- Olancha Cartago 4 Lane Project
- Look Ahead Projects
Information on current projects can be obtained from the District 9 Status of Projects. The Status of Projects is periodically updated to reflect the most current project information. The following links provide the status of projects for the described area within District 9:
Information on projects that are currently in construction in District 9.
The Look Ahead Project information is intended to help you better understand the scope and schedule of Caltrans projects prior to advertisement and to encourage you to submit bids. Please keep in mind the projects are still in the project development process and project information is subject to change.
For more information and who to contact, visit the Contact District 9 page.
Statewide Alerts and Other Information
District 9 Links
Phone: (760) 872-0601