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Transportation


SANDAG allocates millions of dollars each year in local, state, and federal funds for the San Diego region's transportation network.

Current Transportation Projects


San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan
Provides a single vision for the San Diego region and an implementation program to make the vision a reality.
A five-year program of projects updated every two years.
Covers Fiscal Year 2014/15 to Fiscal Year 2018/19.
A multi-billion dollar, multi-year program of proposed projects for major transportation projects in the San Diego Region
Identifies a multimodal concept for a world-class transportation center in the vicinity of the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

Complete Streets
Complete streets are streets designed and operated to enable safe access for all users.
Allows individual transportation systems to be operated and managed as a unified corridor network.
A free motorist aid service designed to help travelers who experience vehicle problems while on the highway.
A look at mobility challenges in San Ysidro, with particular emphasis on public health.
Identifies trip generation rates and parking demand associated with smart growth developments.
Assists in the identification and prioritization of transportation infrastructure projects.
Analyzes conceptual alternatives for multimodal improvemements along I-5 between SR 54 and Chula Vista.
SANDAG purchased the lease to operate the SR 125 toll road in December 2011.
Tracks transportation progress throughout the San Diego region.
Manages performance of local and regional transportation systems.
Supports smart growth development described in the Regional Comprehensive Plan.

Past Transportation Projects


2050 Regional Transportation Plan

Approved in 2011, the 2050 Regional Transportation Plan integrated the first Sustainable Communities Strategy for the San Diego region. San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan is the current long-range plan.

2030 Revenue Constrained Regional Transportation Plan: 2006 Update

A technical update of the Revenue Constrained Network in the 2030 Regional Transportation Plan.

2012 Regional Transportation Improvement Program

Covers Fiscal Years 2012 through 2016.

2010 Regional Transportation Improvement Program

Covers Fiscal Years 2011 through 2015.

2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program

Covers Fiscal Years 2009 through 2013.

2030 San Diego Regional Transportation Plan: Pathways for the Future

Approved in 2007, Pathways for the Future was developed to meet the region's long-term mobility needs.

MOBILITY 2030: The Transportation Plan for the San Diego Region

Approved in 2003, MOBILITY 2030 was developed to meet the region's long-term mobility needs.

Maglev Rail Study

Analyzed east/west alignments linking San Diego to a potential airport site in Imperial County via a high-speed magnetic levitation rail system.