Traffic creeps along northbound Interstate 5 south of Old Sacramento as motorists merge from westbound Highway 50, left, during an evening commute. Local California Highway Patrol are set to receive $2 million in funding to combat the longstanding issue of agressive driving. The Sacramento Valley CHP are looking to designate trouble spots for such offenders, and are asking the public for help in identifying troublesome freeway sections.
Traffic creeps along northbound Interstate 5 south of Old Sacramento as motorists merge from westbound Highway 50, left, during an evening commute. Local California Highway Patrol are set to receive $2 million in funding to combat the longstanding issue of agressive driving. The Sacramento Valley CHP are looking to designate trouble spots for such offenders, and are asking the public for help in identifying troublesome freeway sections. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Traffic creeps along northbound Interstate 5 south of Old Sacramento as motorists merge from westbound Highway 50, left, during an evening commute. Local California Highway Patrol are set to receive $2 million in funding to combat the longstanding issue of agressive driving. The Sacramento Valley CHP are looking to designate trouble spots for such offenders, and are asking the public for help in identifying troublesome freeway sections. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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November 26, 2016 12:00 PM

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