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'''Other referrals:''' Division 3, Chapter 2, Article 1 of the Business and Professions Code and the California Administrative Code, Title 4, Chapter 6, Subchapters 1 through 5  
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Latest revision as of 15:03, 27 September 2019

735 Other State Agencies

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The California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) regulates outdoor advertising displays adjacent to any interstate highway or primary highway. It is also considered a part of the business and marketing function of the national economy and as such should be allowed to exist subject to reasonable controls in the public interest. Billboards are also subject to local city or county zoning ordinances.


CALTRANS HEADQUARTERS

Division of Traffic Operations

Outdoor Advertising Program

P.O. Box 942873, MS-36

Sacramento, CA 94273-0001

(916) 654-2366

www.dot.ca.gov


Complaints about inappropriate billboard material are handled by the United States Government Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

FTC

901 Market Street Suite 570

San Francisco, CA 94103

(877) 382-4357


10877 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700

Los Angeles, CA 90024

(877) 382-4357

www.ftc.gov



Other referrals: Division 3, Chapter 2, Article 1 of the Business and Professions Code and the California Administrative Code, Title 4, Chapter 6, Subchapters 1 through 5