- District 6 Home
- District 6 Profile
- Public Interest
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Site Index
- District 6 Fresno Metropolitan Area Map
1352 W. Olive Avenue
P.O. Box 12616
Fresno, CA 93778-2616
(559) 444-2409 (Fresno/Madera)
(559) 488-4082 (Tulare/Kings)
(559) 488-4067 (Kern)
A full-size roundabout demonstration was set up in an open field to show how vehicles would navigate through a proposed roundabout at the intersection of Merced and 10th Streets, just off State Route 99, in the City of Fowler. The single-lane roundabout has an inscribed circle diameter of 129 feet.
Director Cindy McKim Visits District 6
Bike to work week 2010
Caltrans District 6 employees participate in Bike to Work Week activities and win their third consecutive Fresno Corporate Challenge.
caltrans District 6 care tote campaign 2009
Caltrans District 6 employees and sponsors donate 257 backpacks and school supplies for needy children in the 5 counties that District 6 serves.
State Route 46 Widening Ground Breaking Ceremony
Caltrans District 6 kicks off the first of four segments of the State Route 46 Widening Project with a groundbreaking ceremony held in Lost Hills. The project is located just east of Interstate 5 in Kern County.
Bike to Work Week
Caltrans employees participate in Bike to Work Week activities to improve air quality, personal fitness and raise awareness. Caltrans also repeats as winner of the 2009 Corporate Challenge.
"Fog Kills" Commercial Gets Attention
Public Information Officer Eric Alvarez explains why Caltrans developed a graphic ad about driving irresponsibly in foggy weather. CHP Officer Matthew Radke also discusses the safe methods of driving when reduced visibility conditions exist.
Caltrans Makes Good on Its Promise
District 6 employees receive an award for completing 100% of their assigned road projects. Then District 6 Director Malcolm Dougherty delivers a new challenge.
"Fog Kills" TV Commercial
Caltrans developed this somewhat controversial ad to make clear the dangers of driving irresponsibly in foggy weather conditions. CAUTION: The commercial is graphic.
Caltrans Engineers Mentor High School Students
Caltrans employees are being encouraged to assist local students with their understanding of the engineering disciplines, in particular how to build and maintain California's road system.
50 YEARS AND COUNTING!
Claude Halstead discusses his five decades with Caltrans...and how the Central Valley has changed during that time.
The road to a quality education is a bit smoother for Central Valley youngsters through the generous donation of hundreds of backpacks by Caltrans employees.
The Director visits a Mendota Maintenance Station because he says the crews are often the first, best contact with the motoring public.
At a cost of more than a million dollars apiece, 11 brand new bridges are being built in southeastern Fresno as part of the new State Route 180 expansion project.
A father and son team blends their construction talents in the development of State Route 180 in southeastern Fresno.
In an effort to keep traffic flowing smoothly during the construction of State Route 180, Caltrans contractors enhance the intersection of Temperance Avenue and Kings Canyon Road.