One of the two westbound bores of the Caldecott Tunnel between Alameda and Contra Costa counties will be closed overnight on three nights starting Monday for maintenance work.
Tolling operations began Friday morning for a new 11-mile express lane on southbound Interstate Highway 680 from Martinez to Walnut Creek.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the overturned tank was reported just before 6 a.m. and blocked both westbound lanes at Skaggs Island.
A massive rockslide on Highway 50 shut down traffic in both directions Friday morning just outside Lake Tahoe, Caltrans said.
Highway 1 along Big Sur is expected to reopen by April 30 because work to repair a huge piece of roadway that crumbled during a storm is nearly two months ahead of schedule, CalTrans announced Thursday.
Work to replace a section of roadway along Big Sur that crumbled during a recent storm is set to begin on Monday and is expected to continue until summer.
Work is progressing on a freeway widening project on Highway 101 in Petaluma, and the next stage will next week involve closing northbound lanes.
Both directions of the freeway will be affected.
There will be lane closures as a result of the roadwork.
The agreement, the latest modification to the state agency's Niles Canyon safety improvement project, was applauded Friday by activists with the Alameda Creek Alliance.
Deck replaced in Hwy 101 Alemany Blvd project in San Francisco
Drivers may experience delays through Santa Clara County as crews remove the vegetation.
Last week when Caltrans announced that the Caldecott Tunnel might be closed for the Public Safety Power Shutoff, commuters were shocked and angered.
Two major tunnels on state highways in the San Francisco Bay Area remain open early Wednesday morning after Caltrans officials initially warned they might close due to the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff.
Authorities in Lake County say a man who shot at Caltrans workers and Highway Patrol officers on Monday morning is now in custody.
The City Council voted unanimously to allow the city manager to negotiate with the state transit agency over solutions to clean up areas along San Jose freeways. Azenith Smith reports.
After 2 Investigates revealed a risk to homeowner safety, CalTrans finally installed a 12-foot high fence to deter fires from homeless camps in on Potrero Hill. Ross Palombo reports.
Westbound traffic on the San Mateo Bridge will be reduced to a single file lane until Sunday morning while Caltrans crews work to repair a hole in the deck of the bridge.
Caltrans plans to close two Westbound lanes of the San Mateo bridge Tuesday through Saturday nights.