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  • Trucks aren't allowed on McFadden bridge—or are they?

    Trucks aren't allowed on McFadden bridge—or are they?
    Linda O'Rourke lives in a quiet neighborhood on the northwest corner of Huntington Beach, but the trucks using the nearby bridge on McFadden Avenue have been at the center of a dust up among her fellow residents and the authorities responsible for keeping the roads safe.
  • Council opposes adding toll lane to 405

    The Huntington Beach City Council declared Tuesday its opposition to a transportation agency's plan to add a toll lane to the 405 freeway and agreed to take action to thwart such a move. Council members voted 6 to 1, with Councilman Dave Sullivan...

    In the Pipeline: 405 impacts another set of wheels [updated]

    In the Pipeline: 405 impacts another set of wheels [updated]
    Costa Mesa Mayor Eric Bever wrote a strong editorial in the Daily Pilot last week calling out the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) for its "audacious scheme" that would "use billions of Measure M2 freeway congestion-improvement tax dollars to...

    Jabba's sail barge coming to Huntington Beach

    Jabba's sail barge coming to Huntington Beach
    Jabba the Hutt, the bloated, slimy gangster of the"Star Wars"universe, both made and ran into plenty of trouble on the desert planet of Tatooine, his home base for crime. But he might have found Huntington Beach even more treacherous. That's because,...

    Conservancy group may acquire last piece of wetlands

    The Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy, a nonprofit that has spent a quarter-century acquiring and preserving the city's coastal area, may soon obtain the last stretch of wetlands not yet marked for restoration. The California Department of...