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TCA Holding “Consensus Meetings” on How to Alleviate Congestion

San Clemente Times, “Toll Roads and San Clemente have a strained relationship at best. It’s adversarial at worst. Since at least 2008, the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) has been trying to find a way to connect the 241 Toll Road to Interstate 5 by way of San Clemente and its neighboring areas. Plans to build a toll […] The post TCA Holding “Consensus Meetings” on How to Alleviate Congestion appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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