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Transportation

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  • Budget cuts highlight fundamental questions

    Newport Beach mayor Keith Curry went public last week with a roseate picture of how his city has created and abided by a 15-point sustainable plan that is delivering "a leaner, more efficient, more effective and better-managed" city government. As a...
  • Councilwomen, club owner protest housing project

    Councilwomen, club owner protest housing project
    COSTA MESA — A growing number of artists and hip retailers, as well as at least two city councilwomen, want Costa Mesa to reconsider its decision to allow construction of low-income senior housing near what is supposed to be a burgeoning arts...
  • In-N-Out reconsiders Kaplan's Deli spot

    In-N-Out reconsiders Kaplan's Deli spot
    COSTA MESA — In-N-Out Burger's proposal to open a second location here is still on the grill. The Irvine-based fast-food chain with a cult-like following has a proposed location that would sit directly off the San Diego (405) Freeway at 3211...
  • Thousands flock to fair

    Thousands flock to fair
    COSTA MESA — They came from near and far, some carrying umbrellas to shield themselves from the sun, others with their children in tow, still others in motorized wheelchairs, phone headsets strapped to their ears. They came by the thousands...
  • Good for the Earth, good for the bike

    Two avid cyclists and members of Transition Laguna's Mobility Group are finding ways to make biking around town feasible for more Lagunans. Residents Michael Hoag and Les Miklosy recently adopted the "bicycle recycle plan" from green cities around world;...
  • CdM Today

    Corona del Mar's Toastmasters Group Aim To Perfect the Art of Public Speaking It's 7 a.m. in the back room of Coco's in Corona del Mar, and the crowd is all ears, waiting for the speeches to begin at the regular meeting of the Harborlites Toastmasters...
  • Cell towers get poor reception from community

     Cell towers get poor reception from community
    CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK — He fought powerful interests: Caltrans, Orange County, the state parks system and the Irvine Co., all in the name of ocean views. Dale Ghere, then a high school biology teacher, spent the late 1990s eradicating a towering...
  • A bridge too private, for some

    NEWPORT BEACH — Residents of a private island in Newport Bay are suing the California Coastal Commission to keep their pedestrian bridge from opening to the public. The Coastal Commission contends that The Bay Island Club, an association of 24...
  • The Harbor Report: Where are the 'Guest Docks'?

    Have you ever stepped onto a Laser or Lido 14 without having the daggerboard or centerboard down? If you don't step in the right place and move fast, you're going to get all wet. Now blend that together with when you used to play sponge tag in your...
  • Second in-town In-N-Out issued permits

    COSTA MESA — In-N-Out Burger's proposal to open a new location in the city is cooking. Costa Mesa issued building permits for a new In-N-Out location on Harbor Boulevard near the southbound exit of the San Diego (405) Freeway. The fast-food...
  • ICE searches stone retailer

    Special enforcement agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement served a search warrant Tuesday morning at the Phoenician Stone, then proceeded to confiscate some of the material by pulling various slabs of stones and boxes onto the sidewalk in...
  • Sounding Off: Biking 1,500 miles along the coast

    In 37 days, traveling roughly 1,500 miles, I bicycled solo from Portland, Ore., to my home town of Corona del Mar. The idea of bicycle touring — traveling long distances via bicycle for recreational enjoyment — has pedaled around the back...