Caltrans District 4

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District 4 is made up of Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Francisco, Santa Clara, and San Mateo Counties.These Bay Area counties cover 7,600-lane miles of highway, with close to 3,600 employees, an annual budget of $550 million for salary and operating expenses, and a current construction program exceeding $4.1 billion. General Information Caltrans welcomes your posts and comments on our ...page, however, please note that the page is a limited public forum and is moderated by CT staff. All posted content (comments, photos, links, etc.) must be related to the topic at hand. The following types of posts and comments are prohibited: not topically related to the particular article being commented upon; promoting or advertising commercial services, entities or products; supporting or opposing political candidates or ballot propositions; obscene content; illegal activity or encouragement of illegal activity; promoting , fostering or perpetuating discrimination on the basis of creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, immigration status, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation; information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party; or anonymous posts. Caltrans reserves the right to remove posted content that does not comply with these rules. All posts and comments by Facebook fans and users will be periodically reviewed. Additionally, all posts and comments are public records subject to public disclosure under the Public Records Act.

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CONSTRUCTION WHIPPLE AVE TO I-380⚠ U.S. 101 Construction Begins Early February 2020 ⚠Work to add Express Lanes on U.S. 1...
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CONSTRUCTION WHIPPLE AVE TO I-380
⚠ U.S. 101 Construction Begins Early February 2020 ⚠
Work to add Express Lanes on U.S. 101 from Whipple Avenue to I-380 begins next week.
Construction activities will require nighttime freeway lane closures, temporary ramp closures, lane closures on city streets, vegetation removal, and the demolition and reconstruction of some sound walls.
Plan for delays. Nightly lane closures are anticipated to cause project-related freeway delays between 9 PM to 1:30 AM Sun-Thurs, some more than 25 minutes. Delays over 15 minutes are not anticipated between 1:30 AM and 6AM. The project’s goal is to avoid project-related freeway delays before 9 PM and after 6 AM.
Travelers will be able to see real-time traffic conditions from changeable message signs placed in the construction zone. The Smart Traffic System is being implemented during construction to provide up to date information, improve safety, and reduce congestion.
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For more information on the San Mateo 101 Express Lanes Project visit, 101express.com/ and follow @CaltransD4 on Twitter!

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Community Meeting - San Mateo 101 Express Lanes Project -           Learn about upcoming construction on Hwy 101        ...
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PLEASE FIX THE POTHOLES ON HWY 680, BOTH NORTH AND SOUTHBOUND, BETWEEN DANVILLE AND DUBLIN! SO DANGEROUS!!!
I am homeless and a homeless advocate in Castro Valley. I just received a call from another displaced resident of the Grove Way/580 abated camp. She along with 3 others moved to a established camp which has been occupied by one other person for a few years now. So they have a total of 5 people in this camp which, is in Eastern C.V, is tucked away and not seen by residents. She stated that ACSO have been there 3 days in a row now and the last visit was yesterday at 3:30pm in which they told her that they had to leave by tomorrow or they would be arrested. It was also mentioned that it was a CalTrans action/eviction. My question to you is...if it is an action taken by you then the protocol is the same as any other eviction. A 72HR notice needs to be tagged at the site giving the residents enough time to gather there belongings, etc. The only notice was verbal done by ACSO deputies and they were given no time tomorrow, even if they did, it is well under the 72 Hr. window. Please advise if this is action is being done on behalf of CalTrans and if so, where is the 72Hr Notice? Thank you for your time and assistance
How many accidents need to happen on Lakeville hwy for CalTrans to take ANY action? ANYTHING? Rumble strips were a waste of money since people who drive recklessly on there don’t care about them. How about some delineators so they CANT pass at those high risk areas? In the last 2 years, 2 people have come though our fence. This resulted in 2 human fatalities, the painful death of an accomplished show horse in retirement,hours of our time and money fixing and cleaning up so our horses can go back, endangered the rest of our horses with an open fence onto the hwy while emergency personal were on scene. This is just OUR property not the others who are in higher risk areas. Yesterday’s accident is on you for turning a blind eye to probably the most dangerous road in your district. 🤬🤬 Thank you to Lakeville Volunteer Fire for always handling the accidents quickly. They are awesome!
😤🤬👎Caltrans District 4: I think I can safely say that the Ryer Island Ferry on hwy 84 has been closed pretty much all year, I am not the only one here that is angry with these seemingly perpetual endless ferry closures, And no I am not the only one, everyone is angry about this, this has gone on for far to long, we are coming into december and this ferry has been open maybe 2 months this year with what looks like endless closures every couple of days in between, You need to hold a meeting either in Rio Vista or Walnut Grove for the people who live and commute on and around Ryer Island, this nonsense has gone on far enough and nobody from your district office has had the courtesy to hmm, I don't know, send some flyers out letting the rest of the world outside your office know what is going on!? give people a timeline of when your going to open back up (doubtful) but, it would be nice for SOMEONE in Caltrans to step up and be accountable to the taxpayers that are paying you to do your jobs, you are costing people a hefty amount of money in gas and in case you havent noticed.....gas is almost 4 dollars a gallon! There are low income folks out here that are struggling right now to get where they need to go waiting on you guys to open the Real McCoy II back up, Geez. And what happens in an emergency should an ambulance need to get out here and (whoops) no ferries are open, gotta wait over 45 minutes for an ambulance and that's assuming nobody is dying. It's time we all had answers, it's time to either fix this ferry, replace it with something reliable or find another solution that is more cost effective and would work better for all involved. I suggest a lift bridge similar to the others in the delta area, that would be perfect, of course I know there is talk about the pesky "what it would do to the estuary" but, with as much pollution that the ferry is putting out, diesel being what is used to fuel the ferry, I think a bridge would be the lesser of two evils, yes the wildlife is an issue for some folks but if you really think about, there are so many chemicals in the water already, that the water has been unhealthy for years due to other environmental factors anyway, and with the ferry gone, there would be less pollution in the water since there would be no more diesel pouring into the air and water, so it would technically be a benefit for the environment. No I don't agree with polluting the environment in anyway, don't misunderstand me, but there needs to be a permanent solution that is healthier for the environment, but also reliable for those that have to get into town. In closing please know anger is past the tipping point in and around the island, and to be honest were tired of all the closures on the ferries and bridges, yes we know they need repairs but, your timing on that front was less than stellar. Accountability folks accountability, and common sense. Please keep your taxpayers informed. Thank you. #FixItOrNixIt
down tree on northbound skyline before westridge. danger to motorists.
Can you guys fix your website so people who work for a living can plan accordingly? Your website says the Real McCoy is in service
Did you know your highly reliable(sarcasm) Real Mccoy Ferry is out of service again? I specially checked your website to see if it was running before I came over the bridge to avoid this exact situation. Your website says it is in service. Are you going to reimburse my bridge toll and gas because you can't keep the ferry running that you promised would run every 20 minutes?
It is absolutely unacceptable to jackhammering the street at 10pm! And once again no notice from CalTrans that this would be happening! This is a quiet neighborhood with kids and families that need to get up and go to school and work and who can sleep with this noise! This is totally ridiculous and it needs to stop! Do the work during the day! Caltrans District 4
An new UNSIGNED cross walk across the 50mph highway 1 and Virginia intersection in Moss Beach is putting pedestrians and drivers in significant danger. Multiple residents have reported scary near-misses in the
Los Gatos California is at great risk because of the traffic to Santa Cruz coming through our town on Saturdays and Sundays causing every street to be gridlock. Caltrans District 4 this is on you and your decision makers if we have problems like this or instead of guilt if you help to create a safer environment for residents we would be greatful. I pray you will take immediate action to keep the traffic on the freeway and leave our surface streets for safe exit or safe travel in our towns
Hi - The signal poles were recently changed in Mill Valley for the right turn onto Tiburon Blvd./Blithedale at the off ramp, and they are just horrible. A person turning right off the freeway ramp cannot see the red/green lights on the pole on the right corner if they are the first or second car waiting. And the shorter pole straight ahead appears to be just for people turning left because it has no lights with arrows to turn right. It is very frustrating to know when it is your turn to go right. It seems dangerous, too in that people behind the first cars may expect that the drivers can see the signal and they may move before those drivers figure out that they can go. Can you do something about this? Thanks
They could start by doing something about all the stagnant water and resulting dangerous road damage on both sides of the 101, by the 880 interchange and 13th street exit in San Jose. It’s been almost 2 years now? I commute on a motorcycle and everyday is a dangerous game of frogger because of this. There’s potholes big enough to cause a motorcycle fatality. My bike has slid twice because of the stagnant water. If gotten splatter on my visor almost on a daily basis. Recipe for an accident. My clothes have gotten stained. I’ve gotten sick twice.... from whatever’s growing in that nasty biohazard. One of these days I’m Not gonna be so lucky and I’m gonna crash and you guys are gonna have a nasty lawsuit on your hands.