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San Luis Obispo Gets a Boost in Air Traffic Funding

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One can take Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner or Coast Starlight to San Luis Obispo, but flying in and out of there--whether it's between L.A. or elsewhere on the west coast-- is limited and quite pricey. The U.S. Department of Transportation today announced a $500,000 grant to help the city improve air service with the goal to "bring competitive, low-fare service to the community, improve connectivity among intrastate markets, and increase access to markets in the Pacific Northwest."

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