The Cambrian

March 11, 2013 12:44 AM

Rough riding on Highway 1 rankles North Coast

The ragged surface of Highway 1 north of Cambria is already harming businesses and tourism, and could do serious financial damage if Caltrans doesn’t fix it by June 1, local businesses and government leaders said.

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