Pressure from automobiles, pedestrians and bicyclists on a Highway 89 tunnel ill-equipped to handle the combined traffic in Truckee has led to a project that will give walkers and riders a safe alternative.
Pressure from automobiles, pedestrians and bicyclists on a Highway 89 tunnel ill-equipped to handle the combined traffic in Truckee has led to a project that will give walkers and riders a safe alternative. Barbara Osborn Bee correspondent
Pressure from automobiles, pedestrians and bicyclists on a Highway 89 tunnel ill-equipped to handle the combined traffic in Truckee has led to a project that will give walkers and riders a safe alternative. Barbara Osborn Bee correspondent

Work progresses on pedestrian, cyclist alternative to Truckee’s Highway 89 ‘mouse hole’

April 12, 2015 02:16 PM

UPDATED April 13, 2015 07:11 AM

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