Mission Statement

The mission of the Del Norte Local Transportation Commission is to prepare, plan and fund transportation programs for the citizens of Del Norte County.

Public Input

The Commission welcomes your comments and input. To submit your comments, download the printable form (PDF) which can be completed and mailed. Thank you for helping us to better serve Del Norte County’s transportation needs.

Latest News

Last Chance Grade on Route 101 in Del Norte County

Del Norte Local Transportation Commission has been advocating for improvements on US Highway 101 at Last Chance Grade since its inception in 1982. The documents posted on the Caltrans’ project website tracks the State’s more recent efforts and their conclusions leading to the situation we have today, which is essentially the same as 24 years …More

Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan (ITSP)

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is currently developing the Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan (ITSP), the long-range planning document that helps prioritize transportation projects across the state and supports Caltrans’ role in improving the interregional movement of people, vehicles, and goods. The ITSP guides Interregional Transportation Improvement Program (ITIP) funds towards intercity rail corridors and …More

Active Transportation Plan RFP (Revised Nov. 25)

The Del Norte Local Transportation Commission is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to develop an Active Transportation Program Plan. The goal of this plan is to prepare the City of Crescent City, the County of Del Norte, Native American tribes and other local government entities for the various types of funding included as part of …More

Highway 197/ 199 Safe STAA Access

This project is top priority for the DNLTC. Completed, it will remove restrictions on commercial truck traffic, improve public safety and encourage economic development. However, a recent injunction has placed the project on hold and funding in jeopardy.