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April 11, 2021

Tag: california department of transportation

Road closures may slow traffic near San Juan next week

The California Department of Transportation has plans for construction near San Juan Bautista that may affect traffic if weather permits. For those and other road closures in the Central Coast area, see the list below.

Editorial: On bypass, our end of the deal doesn’t feel so...

For a while, it looked as though San Benito County would take yet another painful blow to the chin from the state. Fortunately, and with a persistent, laudable push from local delegates, area residents will see a return on their tax investment in California and lose a significant financial liability.

Caltrans commits to funding bypass upgrades

A local delegation met with Caltrans officials this week and obtained a commitment from the state agency to fully fund millions of dollars in upgrades that were deemed necessary before a swap could occur in which the city receives control of San Benito Street in downtown Hollister.

State wants $6.6M in bypass repairs before taking road

Caltrans has put up a major roadblock to a long-expected transfer of the Highway 25 bypass to the state.

Caltrans wants to know how residents travel

Transportation info gathering aims to improve mobility, job access and air quality

Sign looks to avoid exit

Casa de Fruta sign on 101 could cost county thousands to remove

Business Buzz: Hollister helicopter business helps with Hwy. 1 slide fix

Seven days of helicopter operations by ARIS Helicopters from Hollister cost about $90,000, Caltrans reported a week ago, bringing the total bill for work on the Alder Creek slide area to nearly $2.5 million since the April landslide.