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Coast, Canyons, and Trails - State Route 52

Coast, Canyons, and Trails - SR 52The Coast, Canyons, and Trails (CCT) Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) will study ways to improve transportation safety, increase travel choices, and improve mobility.

With this analysis, the project team will recommend projects and strategies that integrate active transportation, transit, and the deployment of technology to better manage traffic throughout the CCT corridor.

The CCT study area includes the cities of San Diego, Santee, and El Cajon, as well as the County of San Diego. Major transportation facilities in the study area include State Route 52, portions of State Route 67, and their connections with Interstate 5, Interstate 8, Interstate 805, State Route 163, Interstate 15, and State Route 125.

Existing transit services include the Green and Orange Line Trolley and multiple local bus routes. This corridor connects two major Employment Centers – Kearny Mesa and University City/Sorrento Valley – with East San Diego County and activity centers including Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, universities, and shopping centers.

Efforts Underway

Over the next several months, the project team will conduct community outreach and work with stakeholders to gather feedback and develop integrated transportation solutions within the corridor.

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 cmcp@sandag.org.

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.