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July 16, 1999
The area's most notoriously congested freeway interchange--the confluence of the San Diego and Ventura freeways--is expected to be upgraded soon under a spending plan approved this week by the California Transportation Commission. The commission voted Wednesday to include $7.9 million in a $375-million augmentation of a six-year, $9-billion capital improvement budget for two improvements to the traffic-jammed interchange. Overall, the freeway project is expected to cost $16 million.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1999
The area's most notoriously congested freeway interchange--the confluence of the San Diego and Ventura freeways--is expected to be upgraded soon under a spending plan approved this week by the California Transportation Commission. The commission voted Wednesday to include $7.9 million in a $375-million augmentation of a six-year, $9-billion capital improvement budget for two improvements to the traffic-jammed interchange. Overall, the freeway project is expected to cost $16 million.
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