An all-new, all-weather bridge spanning the Sisquoc River in North County officially opened this week, replacing a seasonal dirt crossing that was only usable when the river was dry. The $4.2 million, 700-foot-long bridge eliminates a 12- to 15-mile detour, meaning shorter routes for potential emergency responders. The bridge is two lanes wide and has two bike lanes as well.


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