Computer-generated renderings of plans for a new section of State Route 140 are seen during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony  in March. The $133 million project will restore highway access to a section of Highway 140 that was damaged by the Ferguson rock slide in 2006. The two phase project will result in a two-lane 750-foot rock shed along the existing route.
Computer-generated renderings of plans for a new section of State Route 140 are seen during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony in March. The $133 million project will restore highway access to a section of Highway 140 that was damaged by the Ferguson rock slide in 2006. The two phase project will result in a two-lane 750-foot rock shed along the existing route. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Computer-generated renderings of plans for a new section of State Route 140 are seen during the California Department of Transportation’s Ferguson Project kickoff ceremony in March. The $133 million project will restore highway access to a section of Highway 140 that was damaged by the Ferguson rock slide in 2006. The two phase project will result in a two-lane 750-foot rock shed along the existing route. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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