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Community Planning

San Vicente Corridor - State Route 67

San Vicente Corridor

The San Vicente Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) will study ways to improve transportation safety, provide emergency evacuation options, maintain rural community character, and create greater trip reliability and efficiency.

The project includes the City of Poway, the County of San Diego (Ramona and Lakeside communities), and Barona Reservation.

Major transportation facilities included in the study area are State Route 67 from Mapleview Street in Lakeside to State Route 78 (SR 78) in Ramona, SR 78 within the Ramona Community Plan Area, Wildcat Canyon Road, and other arterial roadways including roadway connections to tribal lands.

Efforts Underway

The San Vicente CMCP project team aims to define how the corridor is currently performing, examine why it is performing this way, and estimate for future use based on the complex geographic, demographic, economic, and social characteristics of the corridor area.

With this analysis, the project team will recommend projects and strategies that integrate active transportation, transit services, wildlife connectivity, and the deployment of technology to better manage traffic, incident management, and evacuation needs throughout the San Vicente planning area.

Ways to Get Involved

For more information on current efforts and ways to get involved, visit our virtual engagement hub (coming soon), sign up for project updates, or email the project team at

About Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans

CMCPs are data-driven plans to reduce congestion and generate transportation choices while preserving community character and creating opportunities for enhancement projects. CMCPs include all travel modes in a defined corridor – roadways, public transit, bikeways, and more.

CMCPs are the implementation blueprints that take the transportation vision of the 2021 Regional Plan and explore the programs and projects that can be developed to make it a reality.