Caltrans to focus cleanup work on I-680 in San Ramon

Agencies coordinating efforts on Litter Enforcement Day

Caltrans maintenance crews are set to conduct sweeping, graffiti removal and litter cleanup around Interstate 680 between the Crow Canyon Road and Bollinger Canyon Road exits Wednesday (Sept. 16) as part of state agencies' efforts on Litter Enforcement Day.

Caltrans has work scheduled around two Alameda County highways, several bridges and tunnels, and the California Highway Patrol will have its Commercial Mobile Road Enforcement units focus on litter enforcement and educating drivers to cover their loads, Caltrans officials said in a statement.

Other areas of cleanup work include I-580 from Foothill/San Ramon roads to Eden Canyon Road, all four Caldecott Tunnel bores, and the Bay, Richmond and San Mateo bridges' toll plazas, officials said.

Residents, organizations and businesses can also join litter abatement and recycling activities in local communities all week and into the weekend, according to Caltrans.

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