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The southern portals of the Devil's Slide tunnel project in Pacifica, Calif. are seen in a Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 photo. It’s been almost 50 years since California built a tunnel, but this month one of the largest engineering jobs in the U.S. today is expected to open, moving motorists from a stunning, cliffhanger of a drive to straight and well lit pair of 4,200-foot tunnels carved through the stony cliffs of the California coastline. The $439 million project, paid entirely by the federal government, features exhaust fans, carbon monoxide sensors, and a pair of 1,000 foot bridges which soar 125 feet above a grassy ranch. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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The southern portals of the Devil's Slide tunnel project in Pacifica, Calif. are seen in a Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 photo. It’s been almost 50 years since California built a tunnel, but this month one of the largest engineering jobs in the U.S. today is expected to open, moving motorists from a stunning, cliffhanger of a drive to straight and well lit pair of 4,200-foot tunnels carved through the stony cliffs of the California coastline. The $439 million project, paid entirely by the federal government, features exhaust fans, carbon monoxide sensors, and a pair of 1,000 foot bridges which soar 125 feet above a grassy ranch. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
The southern portals of the Devil's Slide tunnel project in Pacifica, Calif. are seen in a Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 photo. It’s been almost 50 years since California built a tunnel, but this month one of the largest engineering jobs in the U.S. today is expected to open, moving motorists from a stunning, cliffhanger of a drive to straight and well lit pair of 4,200-foot tunnels carved through the stony cliffs of the California coastline. The $439 million project, paid entirely by the federal government, features exhaust fans, carbon monoxide sensors, and a pair of 1,000 foot bridges which soar 125 feet above a grassy ranch. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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