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  • How Caltrans is making Highway 46's 'Blood Alley' safer

    Caltrans has completed about $300 million in upgrades to the deadly stretch of Highway 46/41 that has often been called Blood Alley. That stretch of highway in northern San Luis Obispo County has claimed six lives in two months at the beginning of 2017, a

Caltrans has completed about $300 million in upgrades to the deadly stretch of Highway 46/41 that has often been called Blood Alley. That stretch of highway in northern San Luis Obispo County has claimed six lives in two months at the beginning of 2017, a Joe Johnston The Tribune
Caltrans has completed about $300 million in upgrades to the deadly stretch of Highway 46/41 that has often been called Blood Alley. That stretch of highway in northern San Luis Obispo County has claimed six lives in two months at the beginning of 2017, a Joe Johnston The Tribune

Fix for deadly Cholame ‘Y’ on Hwy. 46 could come sooner thanks to gas tax

November 09, 2017 06:26 PM

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