California Department of Transportation
Unlike Fix 50, the Across the Top project won’t be just two months. “We’re talking about another two years to finish the paving, finish the sound wall construction,” he said.
The environmental-impact report projects an additional 1,100 cars heading south during rush hour on a stretch of freeway already known for gridlock.
27,000 traffic sensors that are supposed to help troubleshoot both daily commutes and long-term maintenance needs on some of the nation’s most heavily used and congested roadways.
Caltrans officials said there is no standard for where guardrails are placed and that it will differ by highway, because each stretch of road is different.
With 32 million registered vehicles in California tearing down the state’s highways and byways, the odds are very good that you’ll hit something in the road.
Everybody pays whether coming or going from or to the bay area, four to six bucks for the average car, up to 35 for the biggest truck.