Law enforcement and other public officials are using the Highway 70 stage to draw a line against unsafe driving during the holidays.
Since 2010 Highway 70 between Marysville and Oroville has been the site of 33 fatalities, making it one of northern California’s most dangerous traffic corridors.
In 2017 alone, eleven people have lost their lives in traffic accidents on this highway.
Caltrans has developed a thorough safety improvement plan for the Highway 70 corridor, but most of the work is still waiting to be funded. Caltrans officials will outline the plan.
The meeting will be Monday November 20th at 1 p.m. on Highway 70 at District 10 Dryers, 8923 Highway 70 about 4 miles north of Marysville.
- Highway 70 to be a stage for safety enforcement
- More safety improvements to Highway 70
- Highway 70 widening progress
- New daytime-headlight rule enforced on Highway 70
- Proposed Improvements to Highway 70 Aim to Increase Safety
- Caltrans breaks ground on Highway 70 safety project
- Marysville residents react to Highway 70 plans
- UPDATE: Funding Approved for Highway 70 Construction
- Highway 70 Intermittent Closures Through October
- CHP: Fatal Accident Off Highway 70