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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • No toll lanes for 405 in Costa Mesa

    No toll lanes for 405 in Costa Mesa
    Toll lanes and construction are not coming to Costa Mesa. The Orange County Transportation Authority on Monday approved widening the San Diego (405) Freeway by adding one lane in each direction between Fountain Valley and Rossmoor. OCTA's Board of...
  • Test barriers on East Coast Highway to be removed

    The Newport Beach City Council voted to remove a temporary "pinch point" in Corona del Mar and pay more than $720,000 to repair a Central Library wall and remind community members about this Sunday's Memorial Bike Ride at its regular meeting Tuesday...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Holiday weekend swelled beaches

    More than 200,000 people visited Newport Beach beaches over the holiday weekend, a lifeguard and fire spokeswoman said. "Three regular staff commented that it [Monday] was the largest Memorial Day attendance they could remember," Newport Beach Fire...
  • Harlan: Costa Mesa can live up to motto with attention to detail

    For many people, the gateway to Costa Mesa is at Harbor Boulevard from the San Diego (405) Freeway. What impression do we create for a passing or exiting motorist? Within one half-mile south of the freeway offramp there is In-N-Out Burger, Chick fil-A,...
  • Costa Mesa residents protest freeway widening proposal

    Costa Mesa residents jammed an Orange County Transportation Authority informational meeting this week, saying they had strong concerns about widening the San Diego (405) Freeway for the second time in a decade and the possibility of proposed toll lanes....
  • Comment period open on San Diego Freeway project

    Comment period open on San Diego Freeway project
    The public has an extra 15 days to comment on the Orange County Transportation Authority's draft environmental impact report for a proposed widening of the San Diego (405) Freeway. Orange County residents have until July 17 to send their comments to OCTA...
  • Costa Mesa council OKs modified outsourcing RFP

    The Costa Mesa City Council voted Tuesday night to send out a modified version of its request for bids to outsource facility maintenance, despite a warning that the move could violate city policy. "The people who would actually perform the work have no...
  • OCTA: Focus group favors widening 405 [Corrected]

    Corrected: An earlier version of this story misstated which options for the 405 widening the Costa Mesa City Council opposes and the one it supports. The council prefers Option 2. Most commuters who took part in an Orange County Transportation...
  • Commentary: OCTA's 405 plan is 'highway robbery'

    Orange County taxpayers are about to be conned out of about $1.3 billion. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) has devised an audacious scheme that would use Measure M2 tax dollars to construct toll lanes on the San Diego (405) Freeway...
  • Costa Mesa may sue OCTA over freeway plan

    The city of Costa Mesa is considering legal options to stop the Orange County Transportation Authority from adding toll lanes inside the city limits. "I've been trying to tell OCTA it's not acceptable to Costa Mesa for many, many reasons," said Peter...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Council will decide whether to remove fire rings

    The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday will decide whether the city should remove 60 beach fire rings because of health and safety concerns — the same night that thousands of visitors at Big Corona State Beach will be marking the Persian New Year...
  • Mailbag: Widening 405 would hurt Costa Mesa

    Ever since the San Diego (405) Freeway was finished in the Costa Mesa area, we could not understand why the California Department of Transportation did not complete the expansion from the Euclid Street interchange northward to relieve the bottleneck....