Caltrans Division of Aeronautics has created this portal to provide relevant and timely information on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations on the State’s highway system or for Caltrans business.
This page gives Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), or "drone" users important information and guidance needed to fly safely and responsibly.
When you fly a drone in the United States, it is your responsibility to understand and abide by the rules.
The use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) is growing rapidly. The need for information resources involving UAS is high as the industry continues to evolve.
Purpose: To define the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operated by the Construction Engineering Services Bureau (CES)
Before flying an UAS in New Jersey it is the responsibility of the UAS operator to understand and abide by the rules governing UAS operations.
The State of Nevada supports the safe operation of drones for recreational use and commercial purposes. Coordination is a MUST!! There are many areas around the airport that are NOT SAFE to fly drones because manned aircraft will be at low altitudes.
As a leader in drone implementation, one of the N.C. Department of Transportation's primary goals is to ensure that users in North Carolina – whether recreational, commercial or government – are flying the aircraft safely and responsibly.
Included are links to recent legislation in Oregon as well as links to federal guidelines.
The TxDOT Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Program is designed to be flexible while ensuring that all UAS activities are conducted in the safest manner possible in compliance with all statutory requirements.
UAS policies that integrate unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System (NAS).