Re "When the Growing Gets Tough," commentary, April 28
Orange County residents haven't uniformly rejected public transportation, including buses and rail. Nobody likes paying tolls, but the toll roads were built because the state claimed it didn't have the funds to build them as freeways. The consolidation of the two Transportation Corridor Agencies boards is a sensible way to cut red tape and make the toll road system financially viable. We need a healthy toll-road system as a part of our ground transportation solution.