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Norm Petersen, San Clemente
Assemblymember Bill Brough’s guest opinion piece was 100% correct. The TCA bait-and-switch should have been stopped years ago, and I am happy to see Mr. Brough pursue that end with Bill AB 1273.
San Clemente residents should do their small part by boycotting the toll roads. I know it’s tempting to save the time “just this once,” but the reality is it can often be a very small time difference. This past Friday night, coming home from LAX at 6 p.m., my GPS sent me via the 73 southbound. After I passed the exit and the GPS recalculated (the route), it was a difference of two minutes.
Save your money. Skip the toll road.
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