Building a Better Corridor 

After tragic accidents and years of delays, the road by the bay needs an upgrade. But what kind?

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Newcomers to Humboldt County, especially those arriving from more urban areas, are often amused when locals complain that driving from Arcata to Eureka, or vice-versa, is just "too far." And they have a point. That four-lane stretch of U.S. Route 101 is…

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