Toll road agency to spend $5 million on evaluation of potential south county projects; residents say they don’t want a 241 extension

By Jeong Park

Officials with Orange County’s toll road agencies committed $5 million on Thursday, Nov. 8, to further evaluate and pare down options for an extension to the 241 toll road or other projects to improve traffic in south county.

The Transportation Corridor Agencies – which oversees the county’s toll roads – will learn which options are truly feasible, officials said, and get more public input, including from south county cities and the Orange County Transportation Authority.

The agency first proposed spending more than $16 million on environmental reviews for the eight options, from widening I-5 to connecting the 241 and I-5 at Avenida [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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