Environmental Initiatives Report

For a quarter century, our environmental initiatives have preserved scenic beauty and healthy ecosystems while building sustainable transportation solutions. We’ve protected the natural resources of more than 2,000 acres of habitat and open space; created the first successful native habitat on a closed landfill; transformed a narrow concrete drainage ditch into a thriving wetland and coastal sage scrub community; and built a state-of-the-art, award-winning wildlife fence that keep drivers and wildlife separate and safe.

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Environmental News from Our Blog

The Toll Roads Blog is the place to get the most current news and detailed information about The Toll Roads, commuting in Southern California and driving with FasTrak.

California's First Successful Native Habitat Restoration on a Closed Landfill Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Twenty years ago, the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) made history when they planted 122 acres of coastal sage scrub on the former Coyote Canyon Landfill in Newport Beach, Calif. It was the first time that native habitat for an endangered species had ever been planted on a closed landfill. Today, it is a thriving habitat that supports native wildlife and requires no maintenance.

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