Next step in Caltrans safety corridor project

Caltrans Project Manager Kim Floyd told the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday that the next step in the safety corridor improvement project is to complete the final environmental document and ... Full Story
finger

Arcata, CA

#1 Jan 21, 2009
hmmm.... and yet another accident at indianola/101 this a.m.
signals would "choke" like it is on 4th/5th.....
part of the problem is that people do not care about their driving habits. they need to review the manual they "studied" when they got their licence... then practice what they learned......
Matty Lovemuncher

Oakland, CA

#2 Jan 21, 2009
It's sure sad that they kill everyone including innocent people.
Huck

Richmond, CA

#3 Jan 21, 2009
Our elected officials are more interested in a recreation trail than public safety it seems. How far our priorities have drifted.
the ar-qaeda eye

Barnesville, OH

#4 Jan 21, 2009
Wetlands? Do you mean that ditch that is in the middle of the lanes?
Darwin

Richmond, CA

#5 Jan 21, 2009
the ar-qaeda eye wrote:
Wetlands? Do you mean that ditch that is in the middle of the lanes?
one and the same, crazy huh?
Charles E Smith

Bangkok, Thailand

#7 Jan 22, 2009
What about the children, what about ...

Same old stupid arguements. Do it, get over it and move on.
Bogart

Enid, OK

#8 Jan 22, 2009
To bad Caltrans didn't follow through with the old Eureka by-pass. Not the one that would have torn up most the victorians of 10th-6th street, but the one that by-passed Eureka completlely. It was to shoot from Humbolt Hill, over to behind Redwood Acres, and right through Farper Motors, north to Arcata. No more Broadway gridlock.
Darwin

Richmond, CA

#9 Jan 22, 2009
Bogart wrote:
To bad Caltrans didn't follow through with the old Eureka by-pass. Not the one that would have torn up most the victorians of 10th-6th street, but the one that by-passed Eureka completlely. It was to shoot from Humbolt Hill, over to behind Redwood Acres, and right through Farper Motors, north to Arcata. No more Broadway gridlock.
it'll happen some day, it's only a matter of time before our traffic problems really justify it. but eureka may try to fight that one as well.
Bruce

Kirby, WY

#10 Jan 22, 2009
Bogart wrote:
To bad Caltrans didn't follow through with the old Eureka by-pass. Not the one that would have torn up most the victorians of 10th-6th street, but the one that by-passed Eureka completlely. It was to shoot from Humbolt Hill, over to behind Redwood Acres, and right through Farper Motors, north to Arcata. No more Broadway gridlock.
Yea that pissed me off when Cal-Trans dropped the Humboldt Hill bypass. If I remember correctly, the Merchants downtown put up a huge stink.

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