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Transportation

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  • Corona del Mar Today: Officials still hoping for 'Restaurant Row'

    Corona del Mar Today: Officials still hoping for 'Restaurant Row'
    Imagine driving down MacArthur Boulevard toward Coast Highway and seeing a quaint row of outdoor cafes with fountains and landscaping — and not a snarl of traffic as three lanes squeeze to two on the way into town. "This would be a beautiful...
  • Mesa Musings: What scares you?

    Phobias. They're irrational and often debilitating. It seems every person has at least one thing that causes him or her severe distress. Few of us are exempt. Mel Brooks directed a hilarious film about the topic, titled, unsurprisingly, "High Anxiety."...
  • Chairman is no Dave Wheeler

    Editor's note: William Lobdell, who served as Daily Pilot editor before going on to a distinguished career in investigative reporting at the Los Angeles Times, has agreed to write a weekly column for the Pilot. His column will appear on Fridays. * Why...
  • Costa Mesa receives $3.5 million in grants

    COSTA MESA — The city has received $3.5 million in county and federal grants to go toward four projects, including the completion of Fairview Park's Wetlands and Riparian Habitat Project. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) awarded...
  • 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...
  • Classics fueling this charity event

    Classics fueling this charity event
    John Von Holle and Darryl Nance want everyone to get rich off the Surf City Beach Cruise this weekend. Everyone but themselves, that is. Von Holle, the retired president of the city's Municipal Employees Assn., and Nance, the owner of D&P Classic...
  • Greer's OC: New stores at The Strand

    The Strand in Huntington Beach just opened two new stores: Crocs and Varga, as well as Sertino's Café for traditional flatbread deli sandwiches, submarine sandwiches, grilled focaccia panini sandwiches, salads, soups and premium brewed coffees and...