Drivers on Highway 46 West between Paso Robles and Cambria should be on the lookout for a new four-way stop at the Vineyard Drive intersection.
On Tuesday, Caltrans finished installing the stop signs and flashing beacons, which officials hope will “reduce collisions which have occurred at this location,” according to a news release.
On Thursday, drivers at the intersection were clearly still getting used to the new configuration, with one blasting through the stop apparently unaware and others honking at each other to take their turn in the right order.
Traffic was heaviest from the coast, with the line reaching as many as a dozen cars deep at the one point.
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The project cost $100,000 and was handled by Lee Wilson Electric of Arroyo Grande.