Схема маршрута 241

схема маршрута 241
Heading north, SR 241 passes through Irvine before meeting SR 133, another toll road. The toll road was constructed by the Transportation Corridor Agencies, also known as the TCA, and is owned by the state of California. Route 241 connects with State Route 133, State Route 261, and State Route 91. Contents Route description[edit] State Route 241 northbound in Rancho Santa Margarita. For its entire run, Route 241 is a toll road. The toll road enters Rancho Santa Margarita, crossing El Toro Road without an exit. Those using Fastrak are charged a lower toll than those using the other two methods.


Peak: $2.65Pre/Post Peak: $2.65Off-Peak: $2.40Weekends: $2.40 Peak: $3.65Pre/Post Peak: $3.65Off-Peak: $3.40Weekends: $3.40 All times: $3.65 WINDY RIDGE TOLL PLAZAPrice assumes 2-axle automobile. The highway currently runs from Rancho Santa Margarita to Yorba Linda. However, this project is still on hold pending further environmental review.[12] Environment[edit] The extension is opposed by many conservationists, environmental groups, and residents of San Clemente. Тем самым вы поможете другим пассажирам. Мы проверим и исправим. Local environmental groups expressed the concern that TCA may acquire Los Patrones in the future in order to extend the 241.[11] In 2016 TCA announced its intent to construct a toll bridge over Oso Parkway providing a direct connection between the 241 and Los Patrones.

The «beltway» alternative would continue south past Oso Parkway as planned but would then turn westward north of Ortega Highway and continue between the communities of San Juan Capistrano and Ladera Ranch before meeting Interstate 5 and California State Route 73 in southwest Mission Viejo. Схема движения автобуса № 241 (чтобы увидеть остановки, ПРИБЛИЗЬТЕ изображение, нажимая на карте + ) ВСЕ МАРШРУТЫ автобусов — здесь Метро «Варшавская» — платформа «Покровская»длина маршрута 9,31 км Оставляйте комментарии внизу страницы. Proponents of the project, including a coalition of chambers of commerce, argue it would provide greater access for communities such as Foothill Ranch, Rancho Santa Margarita, Las Flores, Coto de Caza, Wagon Wheel and the future Rancho Mission Viejo.

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