The high-speed highway connecting San Diego to Mexico is the most dangerous in the United States.
It runs through the mountains of Mexico, through a desert and through some of the most desolate places on Earth.
That said, it’s also one of the fastest.
The highway carries more than 300,000 vehicles per day.
But that’s not the only reason it’s so dangerous.
Its construction is so extensive, it can be a nightmare to navigate, and there are some who say it’s a gateway to hell.
The Pan American Highway between San Diego and Tijuana runs for 2,700 miles, from Mexico to the United Kingdom.
It’s the longest, dirtiest, and most heavily traveled highway in the Western Hemisphere.
And, because of that, it has become the most popular way for Americans to get to and from places like San Diego.
But it’s only part of the story.
It stretches for 1,900 miles through the desert, from San Diego, California to Tijuana, Mexico, and it’s home to some of America’s most brutal and dangerous places.
In a map of the Pan American highway, the yellow line is the highway’s current route.
The black line is its longest.
Red and blue lines are its current and past routes.
The red line is on the current road.
The blue line is a highway.
It is the Pan Am Highway.
That highway runs through Mexico’s most desolate and dangerous regions, with one of its most infamous sections, the Tijuana Strip, the longest stretch of road in the entire world.
Its two-lane, mostly paved, road is the busiest highway in Latin America, the fifth most popular in the country, and the most traveled in the US.
The highways stretch for almost 10,000 miles from San Francisco to Mexico City, and they connect cities across the country.
They also cross the Pacific Ocean.
The road is so dangerous that it’s now the subject of a study by the University of California, Santa Cruz.
It was commissioned by the Pan Americas Transportation Initiative, an organization that works to improve the safety and efficiency of highways, to study the road and to prepare for the possibility of a future reconstruction.
The study is being conducted by researchers at the University and the California Institute of Technology, and includes the help of the US Transportation Department, the Federal Highway Administration, and local government.
The work is part of a project to improve safety and ease congestion on the PanAm Highway, but the researchers aren’t looking at it solely as a highway reconstruction.
They’re also looking at the highway as an example of the risks that it presents to road users, the environment, and human health.
The report’s authors hope that they’ll be able to make some recommendations that will help the highway to be more efficient and safer.
“It’s not just about the PanAmerican Highway.
It also touches on the safety of all of the road networks, from the roads that run in California to the ones that run through the U.S. We’re looking at how the Pan-American Highway could be improved in many ways,” says Robert Kavanagh, a professor at the university and a principal investigator on the project.
“What we’ve been looking at is how to improve highway capacity.
What are the most effective ways of increasing capacity?”
It’s not that PanAm is perfect.
The state of California still has a long way to go in improving safety and congestion, and that will probably take a while to be fixed.
But Kavanah and his colleagues are hopeful that the study will help change some of that.
“We know that the Pan Americans have made a lot of progress, but we know that there’s still a lot to be done,” he says.
“If we can find a way to improve this highway in some way, to improve capacity and reduce congestion, then we’ll be a lot better off.
We hope that our findings will help to make the Pan America highway more attractive for future construction.”
The Pan Am highway is not the first highway to have been investigated for its potential to be a gateway into hell.
In the early 2000s, researchers from the University Transportation Institute, a think tank at the California State University, Los Angeles, looked at highway infrastructure in the southern United States and concluded that highways that are too narrow can lead to higher fatalities than roads that are wide and wide enough.
The researchers found that the narrow roads had higher accident rates and higher injuries and fatalities.
The authors concluded that highway widths that were not wide enough were the most likely to result in fatal crashes.
The same research team recently published a report examining how highways are affected by traffic, traffic congestion, weather, and road construction in the same region.
It found that roads with narrow widths, which can result in higher crash rates and injuries, tend to have lower crash rates when roads are built wider.
And they found that highway construction is more likely to cause