The California Highway Patrol arrested a Marin City man on suspicion of DUI and hit-and-run Wednesday night after his vehicle collided head-on with another car on state Highway 1 in west Marin County.
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.
Santa Cruz County authorities have arrested two male teenagers from Soquel who are suspected of slashing hundreds of car tires and dropping a large rock onto a passing car on state Highway 1.
A former Bay Area congressman joined surfers in a protest Thursday at a popular beach near Half Moon Bay, calling it an outrage that the landowner is blocking the only road to the public beach.
Scores of surfers, fishermen and supporters of open access to Martin’s Beach near Half Moon Bay plan to gather Thursday and bust through the gate in a show of support to gain public access to the coveted beach.
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.
The suit claims the owner of Martin’s Beach is violating the California Coastal Act by blocking the only access road from Highway 1 to the shoreline, which is public.
State Sen. Leland Yee on Friday introduced legislation permanently extending double fine zones for dangerous stretches of 19th Avenue and Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco.
State Highway 1 will reopen to unrestricted two-way traffic Friday evening just south of Big Sur after a nearly week-long closure caused by a rock slide, according to Caltrans officials.
State Highway 1 between Meyers Grade Road north of Jenner and Timber Cove Road north of Fort Ross on the Sonoma Coast will remain closed for at least a week.