The recent death of a Cal Poly freshman at the El Campo Road intersection on Highway 101 has spurred members of the community to call for immediate short- and long-term solutions to the hazardous road.
In a San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) meeting in the Board of Supervisors chambers, a $30,000 traffic impact analysis of the potential closure of El Campo Road intersection on Highway 101 was approved.
Jordan Grant, the first-year computer science student was killed in a motorcycle crash at the intersection. Grant was riding his motorcycle on HWY 101 when a BMW made an unsafe left turn directly in front of him. The victim slid into the left side of the car and was fatally injured and succumbed to his injuries.
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