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Herbert S. Miles worked for the California Division of Highways from 1930 until his retirement on March 6, 1973. He began his highway career with a summer job in District 4 while attending the University of California. In 1936 he worked as a Bridge Inspector on the completed San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. In the early 1950s he was Assistant District Engineer in charge of Administration for District 4. In 1956 he was promoted to District Engineer in charge of District 2, the position from which he retired. He headed District 2 during the building of the Interstate Highway System.
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California. Division of Highways--History
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