Tag Archive for 241 Toll Road

No Mo’ Toll Road to Trestles: We Win

  In the words of Congressman Ken Calvert, “thanks to Reps. Susan Davis and Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), a toll road project that has been years in the making has been set back indefinitely.”  Look at what I found this morning at JOMO Blog! I see a lovely epitaph to “Foothill-South”, the now dead effort to…

No Mo’ Toll Road to Trestles? What Do YOU Think?

H/T to our friends down south at San Diego Politico for catching this! The SD Union-Tribune recently reported that Susan Davis’ amendment requiring TCA to comply with California law in extending the 241 Toll Road to Trestles may just end up succeeding. Remember when Susan Davis & Loretta Sanchez attached that amendment to the Defense…

Speeding Our Way to San Pedro… To Save Trestles

In case you haven’t heard, there’s some new news regarding the Toll Road to Trestles. First off, we have a report from staff at the Coastal Commission that isn’t all that delighted to see a toll road built through San Onofre State Park… The proposed Foothill South toll road would likely drive an endangered mouse…

What Do YOU Think: Would a Toll Road to Trestles Destroy San Onofre?

  “We’re not buying their pronouncements,” he said. “They have a history of pollution on the San Joaquin Hills (toll road). Their filters failed, and the public had to pick up the tab.  That’s Dan Silver, executive director of the Endangered Habitats League, talking to The Register about his lack of faith in TCA’s proposal…

Speeding Our Way to Nonsense on the 241

This is the latest part of my special report on the proposed extension of the 241 Toll Road to San Onofre State Beach (aka Trestles), which is also cross-posted at Calitics. If you’d like, you can find the other stories in the “Speeding Our Way to Trestles” series on Calitics. As the debate heats up…

Loretta Responds to 241 Extension Vote

From the OC Register Tuesday, May 15, 2007 On May 10, my colleague, Democrat Rep. Susan Davis from San Diego, offered an amendment to restore the application of state law to the SR241 highway project, which is planned to go through U.S. Marine base Camp Pendleton and through San Onofre State Park, which is located…