On Monday, California officials confirmed that they are in the process of installing a new bridge across the Paseo del Mar to help facilitate the passage of a proposed pipeline through the iconic San Gabriel Mountains.
The project was previously referred to as the Pacific Gas and Electric Pipeline, or PACIP, and is intended to run between the town of Palmdale and the Santa Barbara River.
The new bridge would connect the PASADENA Highway (Paso Robles) to the Pacific Coast Highway (Santa Barbara County Highway) via the newly constructed Pacipic Crossing, which is part of the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHRA) project.
The highway project, which will eventually connect the two roads, will create approximately 12,000 jobs.
The project is expected to be completed in 2020.
The PASADA Highway project was originally scheduled to open in 2021, but the project was delayed indefinitely due to the wildfires in Southern California.
The CHRA project, on the other hand, is expected for completion in 2023.
It will be built in tandem with the Pacipac Crossing project, and will connect the Pacis, the Pasa Robles and the Pacific Ocean Highway (Pacific Coast Highway).
It is expected that the Pascagoula and Santa Monica Rivers will be able to cross under the new bridge, which would also connect the Pacific Highway to the Paco River.
In addition to the construction of the Pasadena Highway, the Pacas are expected to increase capacity at their two terminals to handle the increase in traffic.
In addition to new and existing terminal facilities, there are also plans to expand the existing Terminal 2 to handle an additional 8 million barrels of crude per day.
Additionally, the project will also create jobs in the pipeline industry, by bringing thousands of construction and maintenance jobs to the state.
It also has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the state by 10% to 15%.