Traffic was flowing smoothly through California’s newest tunnel system at Devil’s Slide in San Mateo County Tuesday, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
Hundreds gathered on a coastal San Mateo County hillside Monday to celebrate the opening of two tunnels that will replace a notorious stretch of state Highway 1 at Devil’s Slide.
It appears that later this month the “coast is clear” for those hoping to travel through the Devil’s Slide twin tunnels, as a grand opening date for the $440 million, eight-year project has been slated for March 25.
Two slick new mile-long tunnels are poised to divert motorists away from an ocean cliff-hanging roadway dubbed Devil’s Slide south of San Francisco to a smooth, Alpine-like passageway unlike any in the U.S. today.
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Traffic on state Highway 1 at Devil’s Slide was stalled Wednesday because of a head-on collision involving at least two vehicles, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The Devil’s Slide tunnel project is expected to mark a milestone on Thursday as paving nears completion. The tunnel is set to open to traffic later this year.
The San Mateo County coroner’s office has released the name of a man killed in a motorcycle crash on state Highway 1 near Devil’s Slide Tuesday afternoon.
PACIFICA (CBS SF) — A fatal motorcycle crash has shut down state Highway 1 south of Pacifica Tuesday afternoon, a California Highway Patrol officer said. The crash involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle […]
Police were asking for the public’s help in finding a man wanted for the murder of his wife, who was found dead in a hotel room in San Francisco’s Marina District in February.