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TransNet Active Transportation Grant Program: Cycle 2a

In November 2014, the SANDAG Board of Directors approved the exchange of $11.3 million in TransNet funds for several projects awarded grant funding though the California Active Transportation Program in order to maximize the effective use of revenues to the San Diego Region. In December 2014, the California Transportation Commission unanimously approved the funding exchange. Projects receiving TransNet funds as a result of the funding swap will be administered by SANDAG through the agency’s TransNet Active Transportation Grant Program.

Planning Projects Funded

F Street Promenade Streetscape Master Plan (City of Chula Vista) - $491,000

Develops a Streetscape Master Plan and preliminary design drawings for a multi-use “Promenade” along a segment of F Street in Chula Vista. The plan will include “complete streets” elements to make the corridor more accessible for alternative modes and connect the downtown Third Avenue Village district to the Bayfront.

Grant Application

County of San Diego – Active Transportation Plan (County of San Diego) - $500,000  

Integrates several existing plans and programs into a comprehensive Active Transportation Plan for the unincorporated communities of San Diego County. The plan will serve as a master plan and policy document to guide future active transportation investments in unincorporated regions of the county.

Grant Application

Capital Projects Funded

Pedestrian & Bicycle Facilities along Camino del Mar, Jimmy Durante, and Via de la Valle (City of Del Mar) - $812,000

Provides street and sidewalk improvements to enhance pedestrian and bicycle connectivity around the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The project includes two segments of roadway that will feature wider sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes as well as a roundabout and stormwater treatment area.

Grant Application

Escondido Creek Bikeway Missing Link (City of Escondido) - $1,092,000

Completes a half mile gap in the Escondido Creek Class I Bike Path and Inland Rail Trail. The project also provides a direct bicycle connection between the Escondido Transit Center and Escondido’s Downtown area.

Grant Application

Bikeway Village Bayshore Bikeway Access Enhancement Project (City of Imperial Beach) - $1,800,000 

Enhances 13th Street and improves access to the San Diego Regional Bayshore Bikeway by modifying the roadway from four lanes to a three, adding Class II Bike Lanes in each direction, and incorporating reversed-angle parking. The project will complement the “Bikeway Village” which will be developed concurrently and serve as a rest stop along the southern loop of the Bayshore Bikeway.

Grant Application

Division Street Road Diet (City of National City) - $875,000   

Located on Division Street between Highland Avenue and Euclid Avenue, the project will construct improvements to reconfigure Division Street from four lanes to three and add approximately 1 mile of Class II buffered bike lanes. The bike lanes will provide a critical east-west connection for future bicycle facilities planned for the area.

Grant Application

Euclid Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Enhancements (City of National City) - $425,000

Develops design plans for 1.7 miles of Class II bicycle facilities along Euclid Avenue between Cervantes Avenue and E. 24th Street. The project will implement a road diet and include the installation of high visibility crosswalks and a traffic signal at the 6th street intersection.

Grant Application

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