Four options discussed at the March meeting of the White Point Landslide Advisory Committee:
1. Restore the road in the same location without a retaining wall, which would require a complicated soil packing process, estimated to cost $43.8 million.
2. Build a bridge to span the slide area at a cost of $51.3 million.
3. Regrade the roadway, which would result in a dip and an uneven surface similar to Portuguese Bend to the west and would cost $6.7 million (although regular maintenance costs also would be required).
4. Restore the road in the same location but use a retaining wall below the street on the ocean side. Cost is about $28.8 million.
(Pictures and text courtesy of The Daily Breeze)