New Caltrans director Lauri Berman, along with state, county, federal, and Caltrans officials, got a firsthand look at Last Chance Grade. The officials walked the segment of US Highway 101 that is prone to landslides and road failures.
The Del Norte Local Transportation Commission is soliciting proposals for fiscal auditing services. Proposals are due to the DNLTC by 5 PM on June 18, 2018. To view the full RFP, click on the following link:
The Del Norte Local Transportation Commission is currently soliciting proposals for website, crowdsourcing & social media development and maintenance. Proposals must be submitted to the DNLTC by 5 PM on June 5, 2018. To view the full RFP, click the following link:
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The Elk Valley Road Multimodal Corridor Plan is now available. Review the document and attachments under the Elk Valley heading on the Projects page, or follow the link below:
Identifying, planning and constructing an alternative route at Last Chance Grade is a complex and lengthy process. The Last Chance Grade Feasibility Study begun in March 2014 and was completed in June 2015, and included a public outreach plan that allowed extensive input from stakeholders and community members. Current project actions include the refinement of the Project Study Report and identification of funding sources. For more information, view the Last Chance Grade Project Plan and Timeline or visit the Projects Page.
In response to concerns expressed by elected officials and the public, the Del Norte Local Transportation Commission is studying a potential need for improvement along Elk Valley Road, which provides access to homes, businesses, trails in Redwood National and State Parks, and necessary services such as the Del Norte County Transfer Station and Resource Recovery Park. …More