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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1991
After 20 years of wrangling with Hermosa Beach officials, the state Department of Transportation this week said it intends to finally institute an afternoon parking ban along the west side of busy Pacific Coast Highway in March. The move, designed to stem an ever-increasing number of rush-hour collisions on PCH's southbound lanes, will be reevaluated by Caltrans one year after it begins.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1991
After 20 years of wrangling with Hermosa Beach officials, the state Department of Transportation this week said it intends to finally institute an afternoon parking ban along the west side of busy Pacific Coast Highway in March. The move, designed to stem an ever-increasing number of rush-hour collisions on PCH's southbound lanes, will be reevaluated by Caltrans one year after it begins.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1990
After battling with the state for more than 20 years over rush-hour congestion on Pacific Coast Highway, Hermosa Beach has been given 60 days to do its part for commuters by restricting curbside parking along its stretch of the thoroughfare. In a Dec. 3 letter, J.B. Baxter, District 7 director for the state Department of Transportation, warned that unless Hermosa Beach officials provide a no-stopping zone on the west side of the highway during the evening rush, Caltrans will do it for them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1990
After battling with the state for more than 20 years over rush-hour congestion on Pacific Coast Highway, Hermosa Beach has been given 60 days to do its part for commuters by restricting curbside parking along its stretch of the thoroughfare. In a Dec. 3 letter, J.B. Baxter, District 7 director for the state Department of Transportation, warned that unless Hermosa Beach officials provide a no-stopping zone on the west side of the highway during the evening rush, Caltrans will do it for them.
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