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Department of Transportation
200 E. Santa Clara St.
8th Floor
San Jose, CA 95113
 
Phone: (408) 535-3850
Fax:     (408) 292-6092

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Transportation

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Jim Ortbal                           

Welcome to the San José Department of Transportation. 

What We Do

Our role is to operate, maintain, and improve San José’s 2400 miles of streets and related infrastructure. This includes the paved street surfaces, bridges, traffic signals, streetlights, signs, crosswalks, bike lanes, pavement markings, curbs, curb ramps, sidewalks, street trees and landscaping, as well as the public sewers and storm drains located within the streets. Additionally, we operate the City’s public parking lots and garages, and manage on street parking compliance, abandoned vehicle abatement, and street sweeping.  

To provide a comprehensive and seamless network of transportation services for the San José community, we work closely with other public agencies that manage and improve our transit systems and our regional network of freeways and expressways.


Please explore our website to learn more about San José DOT, our services, programs, projects and partnerships. We look forward to working with you!



FY 2015-16 Traffic Impact Fee Report

The FY 2015-16 Traffic Impact Fee Report will be reviewed by the City Council at its December 13, 2016 meeting.



Lincoln Avenue Roadway Configuration Pilot Project Update


The Lincoln Avenue Pilot Project report has been finalized and will be reviewed by the City Council at its June 28, 2016 meeting 

June 18, 2015 Community Meeting Presentation

June 2015 Data Collection Report


Vision Zero

Vision Zero San Jose plan

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24-Hour Emergency
Dispatch Center

24-hour emergency dispatch

(408) 794-1900 

For sewer back-ups
missing / damaged traffic signs
major potholes
malfunctioning traffic signals
broken tree limbs
and other non-life threatening emergencies.