California Department of Transportation
 

2005 PRESS RELEASES

(12-16-05) SOBRIETY HOLIDAY CHALLENGE STARTS 18-DAY DUI CRACKDOWN

(12-01-05) CALTRANS WANTS TEENS TO 'SLOW FOR THE CONE ZONE'

(11-22-05) "BUCKLE UP" FOR THANKSGIVING!

(09-30-05) CALTRANS ROAD SIGNS ENCOURAGE MOTORISTS TO "CLICK IT OR TICKET"

(09-29-05) CALTRANS, CITY OF OAKLAND CLEAR WAY FOR BORDERTOWN SKATE PARK

(08-10-05) RICHMOND-SAN RAFAEL BRIDGE COMPLETED, AT AN ANTICIPATED $136 MILLION SAVINGS

(08-01-05) CALTRANS LAUNCHES BID PROCESS ON BAY BRIDGE'S SHOWCASE SPAN

(08-01-05) UNDERSECRETARY SEDLIK ROLLS OUT $11,212,267 TO IMPROVE VENTURA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION

(08-01-05) UNDERSECRETARY SEDLIK ROLLS OUT $31,119,770 TO IMPROVE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION

(07-29-05) SECRETARY MCPEAK ROLLS OUT $156,297,410 TO IMPROVE BAY AREA TRANSPORTATION

(07-14-05) $1.26 BILLION EARMARKED AT FIRST MEETING TO PROVIDE NEW FUNDING FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS

(07-05-05) CALTRANS & PARTNERS PREPARED FOR POSSIBLE BART STRIKE

(07-01-05) CALTRANS REACHES MAJOR MILESTONE IN MAD RIVER BRIDGES REPLACEMENT PROJECT

(07-01-05) CALTRANS REACHES MAJOR MILESTONE IN ALTON INTERCHANGE PROJECT

(06-29-05) NEW CALTRANS PROGRAM AIMS AT REDUCING HIGHWAY INJURIES AND DEATHS

(06-28-05) CALTRANS TO CONTRACTORS: “CALIFORNIA IS BACK IN BUSINESS”

(06-24-05) SR 4 BYPASS TO BRING TRAFFIC RELIEF, INCREASED MOBILITY TO ANTIOCH, OAKLEY AND BRENTWOOD

(05-26-05) NEW CALTRANS REPORT: NO AGREEMENT ON BAY BRIDGE IS COSTING TAXPAYERS MILLIONS

(05-16-05) CALTRANS ANNOUNCES WINNING TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS

(04-14-05) WORKERS MEMORIAL HONORS 161

(01-28-05) STORM TOTAL: MORE THAN $85 MILLION