Commuters and area residents who use the 5 Freeway to travel south to San Diego might be facing some headaches — from a noisy Caltrans pile-driving operation and the resulting traffic — in southern Orange County over the next three weeks.
Caltrans workers Tuesday will rappel down a hillside along a closed section of the Pacific Coast Highway to remove loose rocks.
An unknown slippery substance led to numerous crashes and a lot of stuck cars on the 101 Freeway at the 405 on Sunday morning.
Drivers will need to find an alternate route north of Burbank Airport late Monday night as CalTrans continues work on the northbound carpool lane into the early hours of Tuesday.
The main road between Orange County and southwest Riverside County has reopened after workers cleared a rock slide that brought boulders onto the road.
A nine-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway could reopen Thursday, days after three mudslides forced its closure.
Caltrans has closed a 9-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway through Ventura County for a third straight day as another storm system moves through the area.
A major change is coming to the car pool lanes in Orange County.
The Golden State (5) Freeway in Santa Fe Springs will be shut down at intervals over the weekend as part of a project to add lanes to the roadway and reconfigure the Alondra Boulevard bridge.
Work is slated Monday to shore up a rocky bluff near Pacific Coast Highway that was eroded by high surf that also damaged the Malibu pier earlier this month.
Crews will begin a series of 55-hour weekend lane closures in the Cajon Pass Friday, known as the “Cajon Crawl”.
Caltrans will build a $10 million bridge spanning the 101 Freeway allowing mountain lions and other wild animals access across the busy roadway.
State transportation officials want to install toll lanes on a notoriously congested section of Interstate 405 in Orange County, but local officials aren’t happy.
CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein reports undercover cameras found some of these men could be scoring your taxpayer dollars during working hours, sometimes for hours at a time, in the restaurant at Caltrans headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
Three separate construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway are expected to cause delays starting Monday night.