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Almost 20 years ago, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) funded research looking for ways to keep people off the roads.
Dunnigan rest stop using four hundred cubic feet of 100 percent recycled polypropylene plastic, and Africa's largest urban slum having 15 flushing toilets thanks to a local resource of discarded plastic bottles, are great examples of reincarnated plastic.
Some of the people seated around the long table in the elegant dark wooded South Pasadena home have been fighting the idea of a five-mile long tunnel nearly 200 feet beneath their feet for decades.
Few artists paint from the perspective that "You're only as big as the canvas that's facing you." Sculpted by the father-and-son team of Gutzon and Lincoln Borglum, the Mount Rushmore National Memorial is one of the few exceptions to the rule.
"It's so easy to go over that 4-foot barrier. It's like a loaded gun," Aparicio said, noting that just 30 minutes before
The conduct of the New York State Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) in rehabilitating the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge can only be described as anti-American.
I am making a personal appeal to you on behalf of over 200 federally protected birds (Cliff Swallows) that have been killed by CalTrans since early April of this year.
Cliff swallows are remarkable birds that migrate thousands of miles every year from South America to California to breed and raise their young at sites they have used for decades.
When all the strands are strung, and placed in a predetermined order, crews will use compacting devices to crunch them into
Amid prolonged, painfully high unemployment, ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer for the past year tirelessly advocated a simple solution: buy American-made products.
Instead of simply paving roads and putting up cautionary signs, Caltrans is going further to account for human error, an element that cannot be extinguished but must be planned for.
The bridge's eastern span will be completely rebuilt as a suspension bridge, with a 525-foot tower supported by a single
The Mulholland Bridge demolition is completed ahead of schedule, reports the Associated Press. That's why officials have
So what exactly will be going on while Angelenos are stuck in a sea of traffic or waiting patiently at home? First of all, the process won't be a spectacle, Metro insists.
By Marie C. Baca This is the third consecutive year the analyst's office has recommended the Legislature order Caltrans and
Small businesses make up 98% of the state's businesses and employ over half of California's workforce, and that's exactly why the governor has worked so hard to create a climate where they can succeed.
Amazingly, the only thing I learned from the media coverage of the Bay Bridge accident was that Caltrans and reporters get along swimmingly. It's time journalists ask some real questions.