California Department of Transportation

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California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is an organization based in Sacramento, California, United States. Caltrans ties together community involvement and transportation services to provide a safe travel environment. The mission, vision, and goals shape this agency to serve public peoples, protect natural resources, and transport public goods.

Mission

Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability

Vision

A performance-driven, transparent and accountable organization that values its people, resources and partners, and meets new challenges through leadership, innovation and teamwork

Goals

  • Safety and Health
    • Provide a safe transportation system for workers and users, and promote health through active transportation and reduced pollution in communities.
  • Stewardship and Efficiency
    • Money counts. Responsibly manage California’s transportation-related assets.
  • Sustainability, Livability and Economy
    • Make long lasting, smart mobility decisions that improve the environment, support a vibrant economy, and build communities, not sprawl.
  • System Performance
    • Utilize leadership, collaboration and strategic partnerships to develop an integrated transportation system that provides reliable and accessible mobility for travelers.
  • Organizational Excellence
    • Be a national leader in delivering quality service through excellent employee performance, public communication, and accountability.

Values

  • Integrity
    • We promote trust and accountability through our consistent and honest actions
  • Commitment
    • We are dedicated to public service and strive for excellence and customer satisfaction
  • Teamwork
    • We inspire and motivate one another through effective communication, collaboration and partnership
  • Innovation
    • We are empowered to seek creative solutions and take intelligent risks

Products and Services

  • Road and weather conditions
  • Submit damage claims
  • Traffic Alerts
  • Quarterly Comprehensive Project Report
  • Rights-of-way Permits
  • Ongoing projects



References

  1.  "California Department of Transportation"

Traffic Operations, Encroachment Permits Contact

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Thomas Franklin
916.654.6232


Encroachment, Oversize Contact

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Kien Le

916.654.3093