Category Archives: electronic message signs

CHP steps up enforcement at highway construction sites

Starting this week, the California Highway Patrol is stepping up enforcement at work zones on highways statewide. The safety campaign also includes having electronic highway message signs located within five miles of a construction project to warn drivers that “WORKERS AHEAD, … Continue reading

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Transportation, communications projects keep motorists on their toes on Hwys 1, 17

  Planned bridge work on Highway 1 back on again The on again, off again project to replace bridge joints on the Soquel Creek Bridge in Capitola is back on again. For the next couple of weeks, crews will be … Continue reading

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Electronic message signs address drought concerns

What do you think about Caltrans posting water conservation messages on the electronic message signs?

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Caltrans doing its part to conserve water in drought conditions

Sure we’ve been getting rain this week and a couple storms may be on the way next week but it may not be enough to ease drought concerns due to lack of rain this winter. In fact, this year is shaping … Continue reading

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