According to a 2013 Orange County Register report, traffic on the Eastbound 91 Freeway is the fifth worst commute in the country. In fact, traffic conditions are so heinous, drivers average speeds are as low as 14 MPH at its most congested times making the 91 commute worse than New York’s Long Island Expressway and the Northbound 405 Freeway in Los Angeles.
To help alleviate traffic conditions, regional transportation planners across several agencies, have proposed a direct connection between the 241 Toll Road and the 91 Freeway Express Lanes providing an alternate route for 91 drivers. This crucial connection will alleviate traffic congestion and ease mobility throughout the region. Air quality and vehicle access are also expected to improve between Orange and Riverside Counties. This new connection, located in the Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda Area, solves the current disconnect problem between the 241 and 91 toll lanes. More so, it provides an alternate route for those trying to reach existing carpool lanes and future 91 Express Lanes, which will be extended to I-15 and are now open. If the project is approved, construction could take approximately two years to complete.
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