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Transportation

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  • OCTA pushes talks on 405 toll lanes

    Orange County Transportation Authority board members pumped the brakes Friday on a decision that could add toll lanes to the 405 Freeway, but the option will be up for discussion again in a month. The 18-person board unanimously agreed that talks with...
  • Residents worry about traffic, lights from CdM stadium

    Residents living near Corona del Mar High School are becoming increasingly concerned about the effects a newly funded school stadium could have on their quality of life. Increased traffic, parking issues, trash, lighting and vandalism were a few...
  • The Harbor Report: A Passage to a favorite yacht

    The Harbor Report: A Passage to a favorite yacht
    While cruising the harbor this week, I was looking around for Newport Harbor's 10 most interesting boats of 2013. As most of you have noticed, I have quite an attraction to Windward Passage. That's when I picked up the phone and gave her skipper, David...
  • For 40 years, he's raised a flag on Flower Street

    For 40 years, he's raised a flag on Flower Street
    World War II veteran Thomas G. Riker has a morning routine, a short ceremony of patriotic clockwork. He walks the front yard of his Flower Street home in Eastside Costa Mesa and hoists the American flag. Then the 95-year-old salutes and quietly...
  • Visit Newport fires employee over tweet

    Visit Newport fires employee over tweet
    The public relations director of Newport Beach's tourism bureau was fired Monday in the wake of a kerfuffle surrounding a tweet he sent from the agency's Twitter account. The tweet — which Visit Newport Beach Inc.'s chief executive Gary Sherwin...
  • From the Boathouse: A few superstitions on the water

    Ahoy! Halloween brought out the ghosts and goblins knocking on my door for a treat. When I see the trick-or-treaters prowling the neighborhood, I like to sit back and think of all the crazy boating and fishing superstitions that sailors have believed...
  • Council rejects Fairview Park turnaround rehearing

    In basic terms, it was an appeal of an appeal. And the Costa Mesa City Council majority denied it. Councilwoman Sandy Genis' request for a rehearing of a contentious planned turnaround within Fairview Park was turned down on a 3-2 vote Tuesday evening....
  • The Harbor Report: Savoring days on the Duffy

    The Harbor Report: Savoring days on the Duffy
    This week, I spent a lot of time shuttling Duffy electric boats to and from the shipyard for prospective buyers to complete their inspection process before they purchase a boat. While on the harbor, during these warm Indian summer days, I thought back...
  • From the Boathouse: Can your boating program use a boost?

    Ahoy! Does your boating group or organization want a $10,000 grant? A BoatUS Foundation Grassroots Grant can be yours if you have the best idea for a safe and clean boating outreach program. The goal of the grant is to find new and innovative...
  • From the Boathouse: Helping the blind to sea

    Ahoy! Saturday sees an inspiring happening at the American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291, when eager sailors will take part in the Sail for the Blind and Visually Impaired event. Participants will be able to help steer the boats and adjust sheet and...
  • CdM street a parking lot

    CdM street a parking lot
    When Scott Ehlers moved with his family to Newport Beach, he hoped to find the best home possible to suit their needs. They chose a house on Aralia Street. Ehlers now finds himself among the residents frustrated with parking on the street. One block...
  • Sea lion nursed back to health

    Sea lion nursed back to health
    After spending a weekend recovering in Laguna Beach, a sea lion found with fishing line around his neck has returned to familiar territory at the entrance of Newport Harbor. The Pacific Marine Mammal Center at midday Monday released the sea lion, who...