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, and each of the six recent fatalities occurred in sections of the corridor that are either two lanes or under construction for widening. 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, and each of the six recent fatalities occurred in sections of the corridor that are either two lanes or under construction for widening. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Homepage

May 27, 2017 5:41 PM

6 people have died on Hwy. 46 in 2 months. What can be done to make the road safer?

Suggested for you

  Comments  

Editor's Choice Videos