Caltrans Local Assistance has updated the Earmark project lists and posted on the 2018 Earmark Repurposing website. Look under the Timeline and Projects heading for links to “Earmark Projects with Less than 10% Obligated” and “Earmark Projects with Greater than 10% Obligated” lists, which together outline the earmarks and amounts of funding eligible to be repurposed in … Read moreEarmark Repurposing Update
The Caltrans Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Cycle 9 Call for Projects is now open. Applications are due Friday, August 31, 2018. All applications will be submitted electronically only (no hard copy submissions). Any submittal after midnight of 8/31/2018 will not be accepted. For questions regarding the call for projects and how to submit an … Read moreHSIP Cycle 9 Call for Projects & Webinar Now Open
Watch a short 1.5 minute video from Caltrans Division of Local Assistance explaining the difference between Local Preference and Local Presence related to A&E contracts. Watch Video Reference Material For more information on A&E, visit Consultant Selection & Procurement web page.
Join the Active Transportation Resource Center (ATRC), in collaboration with Caltrans, for a new training course on Bicycle Transportation: An Introduction to Planning and Design. This hands-on course challenges you to explore the tools used to assess and evaluate the suitability of a transportation route and facilitate its use by all types of bicyclists. Participants … Read moreCourse on Bicycle Transportation: An Introduction to Planning and Design
On average, there are over 5,748,000 vehicle crashes each year within the United States. Approximately 22% of these crashes, nearly 1,259,000, are weather-related. This pamphlet, Weathering the Storm, provides important information to help you prepare for driving in winter conditions. Be prepared – Stay Safe.
In response to the severe winter storms that affected California during December 2016 and January 2017, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued a letter to Caltrans, in March 2017, granting conditional approval to local agencies to proceed with permanent repairs, under emergency opening (EO) procedures, for their Emergency Relief (ER) projects associated with the two winter storms. … Read moreSupplemental Guidance for Emergency Opening and Permanent Restoration work on Local Assistance Projects – 2018 Update
Attend one of two free Local Roadway Departure Safety Workshops being held in Southern California. Funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) Program, a series of eight (8) free Local Roadway Departure Safety Workshops have been scheduled (four in 2017, four in 2018). Register by February 9th. Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 … Read moreRoadway Departure Safety Workshops in Southern CA
The Federal Highway Administration is seeking ideas from State, local, and industry partners and the public on proven, market-ready innovations for deployment through the fifth round of EDC in 2019-2020. Deadline for idea submission is January 18, 2018. For more information, visit the EDC-5 Call for Ideas website.
Seats are filling up quickly for the 2017/18 Resident Engineers Academy and Federal Aid Series. Sign up for one of the following open classes today. Resident Engineers Academy – Contact your District Training Coordinator or DLAE for enrollment January 8-11, 2018, Caltrans District 3 Office, Marysville – *Waiting List Only* March 12-15, 2018, CSU Monterey Bay, City Center, Salinas – *Waiting List Only* … Read moreResident Engineers Academy and the Federal Aid Series
A recording of the A&E Exhibit 10-C 2-Hour Intensive training webinar is now available, along with a PDF of the presentation and all accompanying handouts. This webinar recording discusses the revised Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM) Exhibit 10-C Consultant Contract Reviewers Checklist and the new procedure in effect requiring all agencies to obtain acceptance of Exhibit 10-C … Read moreA&E 10-C Training Webinar Recording