Madera Department of Transportation

Find Madera California departments of transportation, highways, roads, and bridge departments. Departments of transportation provide information on public transport, including roads, highways, bridges, traffic conditions, closures, tolls and travel information.


Madera County Road Department 2037 West Cleveland Avenue Madera CA 93637 559-675-7811


Madera Transportation Department 201 West Almond Avenue Madera CA 93637 559-675-7811

Madera Transportation Department 125 West Almond Avenue Madera CA 93637 559-674-7118

About Madera Departments of Transportation

Madera Departments of Transportation are branches of California State, Madera County, or Federal government whose mission is to plan for and develop a fast, efficient, accessible, and convenient transportation system and infrastructure that effectively serves the citizenry and promotes economic vitality in Madera, CA.

You may contact the Department of Transportation for questions about:
  • Madera DOT compliance training
  • DOT number lookups
  • Road, interstate and highway traffic and closures
  • Road toll and travel information
  • Madera Transportation Dept jobs and employment
Madera Department of Transportation

Madera Transportation Departments are responsible for maintaining and improving transportation infrastructure, including state roads and highways, bridges, airports, ports and waterways, public transit systems, and railways in Madera. Infrastructure maintenance often involves emergency response to accidents, disasters, and inclement weather such as winter storms. Madera DOT Offices manages the allocation of Federal and California State funding for Madera transportation capital improvements and the use of any California funding sources dedicated for transportation purposes, such as toll proceeds and fuel taxes.

US Department of Transportation

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) is a cabinet-level department headed by the Secretary of Transportation. The department is comprised of eleven offices and administrations primarily organized around modes of transportation. Much of what USDOT does is regulatory in nature. For example, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration develops regulations for motor vehicle safety and for fuel efficiency standards in Madera. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration regulates the nation's pipeline infrastructure and shipments of hazardous material by land, sea, and air.

Madera Transportation Projects

The USDOT is a major source of funding for transportation capital projects, especially transit and highway projects in Madera, CA. The Surface Transportation Program provides California State and local Madera governments approximately $10 billion annually in flexible funding for a wide range of improvements, as well as capital planning purposes.