Chuck West, a member of the Key Peninsula Community Council and Safety Committee member, looks over the roadside memorial for Michael Barrett, a young man who died in a single-car collision as he was driving home from a night shift at a restaurant along the Key Peninsula Highway near state Route 302. West and many other supporters are hoping to make many improvements to the notoriously dangerous roads on the Key Peninsula.
Chuck West, a member of the Key Peninsula Community Council and Safety Committee member, looks over the roadside memorial for Michael Barrett, a young man who died in a single-car collision as he was driving home from a night shift at a restaurant along the Key Peninsula Highway near state Route 302. West and many other supporters are hoping to make many improvements to the notoriously dangerous roads on the Key Peninsula. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
Chuck West, a member of the Key Peninsula Community Council and Safety Committee member, looks over the roadside memorial for Michael Barrett, a young man who died in a single-car collision as he was driving home from a night shift at a restaurant along the Key Peninsula Highway near state Route 302. West and many other supporters are hoping to make many improvements to the notoriously dangerous roads on the Key Peninsula. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

SR 302 plagued by maintenance, safety issues

March 09, 2016 01:17 PM

UPDATED March 16, 2016 10:00 AM

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