Backup in the Pass: Up to 3,500 Vehic...

Backup in the Pass: Up to 3,500 Vehicles at One Time Caught in 'Fiasco'

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As many as 3,500 vehicles at a time were caught in the 20-mile backup Sunday in the San Gorgonio Pass, according to a traffic surveillance and traffic flow specialist at UC Irvine's Institute of Transportation Studies.

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#1 Feb 27, 2012
Postdoctoral scholar Andre Tok based his estimate on Banning-Beaumont Patch photographs of the Sunday backup, vehicle spacing, and authorities' reports that it stretched from Banning as far east as Indian Avenue in Palm Springs.

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