Articles and Reports about the 241 Extension of the Toll Road in South Orange County
CUSD publishes Toll Road facts
Toll Road Issue Gaining More Attention
Capistrano Unified School District Superintendent Kristen Vital Makes False Representations to the Public Regarding the Toll Road.
“REGARDING ANY TOLL ROAD ALIGNMENT THAT WOULD ADVERSELY AFFECT SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS:
Capistrano Unified School District Board of Trustees Vote 6-1 to Adopt Resolution No. 1617-89.”
No. 2 – La Pata Avenue Gap Connector
San Diego board denies permit for Tesoro toll-road extension from Orange County
San Clemente mapping an anti-toll road campaign
Rancho Mission Viejo opposes current 241 Toll Road extension plans
Health and Safety of Students at Tesoro High School 500′ from 241 Extension South
Opposition to toll roads dominates dialog at TCA forum
South county residents assemble signs in a designated free-speech area at Saddleback College outside the Transportation Corridor Agency’s June 5 public forum on mobility. Signs were not allowed inside.
San Clemente Meets 241 Toll Road Expansion with dissent
Thousands of protestors gathered at the third public forum to discuss the proposed 241 Toll Road through Ladera Ranch, Orange County.
Rep. Darrel Issa Hosts Packed Town Hall in San Juan Capistrano
241 Toll Road Extension Hits Keep Coming: Report Ranks It Among 11 U.S. “Boondoggles”
A scathing report on the TCA can be found here
L.A. keeps building near freeways, even though living there makes people sick
Are you one of the 2.5 million Southern Californians already living in the pollution zone?
California: Toll Roads Generate $1.7 Billion In Red Ink
Analysis shows two Southern California toll roads were unsustainable from the very beginning.
“If you live near a freeway in Los Angeles, you’re more likely to get a heart attack, a stroke or lung cancer.”
“We want your stories: Do you live near a freeway? Tell us your story. Los Angeles Times”
Highway Robbery – Toll Roads
O.C. toll road agency requests federal bailout
TCA seeks $1.1-billion government loan to refinance its debt. Critics say it’d be an improper use of funds.
California’s DOT Admits That More Roads Mean More Traffic
Take it from Caltrans: If you build highways, drivers will come.
Toll Roads: Build It and They May Not Come
South Orange County Traffic Relief
LIES, LIES, And More LIES