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SANDAG and Caltrans Seek Public Input on Potential Transportation Improvements in Central San Diego

July 14, 2021 -- Coast, Canyons, and Trails Project to Analyze Travel Along SR 52 and SR 67

On Thursday, July 15, SANDAG and Caltrans will host a virtual public meeting to discuss transportation needs for the Coast, Canyons, and Trails Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor in the central San Diego region.


Thursday, July 15
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Join via Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86322407456
Or by phone: 669-900-6833 Webinar ID: 863 2240 7456
*Spanish interpretation will be available


The Coast, Canyons, and Trails corridor includes the SR 52, portions of SR 67, connecting highways, and the Green and Orange Line Trolley. The study area includes the cities of San Diego, Santee, and El Cajon, as well as the County of San Diego. This corridor connects two major employment centers – Kearny Mesa and University City/Sorrento Valley – with East San Diego County and provides connections to activity centers including Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, universities, and shopping centers.

One of 11 data-driven Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans, the study aims to create a comprehensive set of safe, sustainable, and equitable transportation solutions tailored to the needs of corridor residents, travelers, and businesses. The corridor plans are aligned with the larger regional transportation planning process, the 2021 Regional Plan, which will address questions about transportation and transit and create a blueprint for a faster, fairer, cleaner future for the San Diego region. The corridor plans are necessary to be eligible for certain state and federal funding and grant opportunities, including Senate Bill 1 funds.

In addition to the public meeting on July 15, the community is encouraged to provide input through a survey by August 15 on the Coast, Canyons, and Trails virtual engagement site, in English and Spanish. The public can also submit comments and provide location-specific feedback via an interactive map.

The Coast, Canyons, and Trails Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan is anticipated to be finalized in late 2021.

About Caltrans
Caltrans District 11 serves one of the most geographically and culturally diverse areas in the country and includes San Diego and Imperial counties. It spans the entire California-Mexico Border from the Pacific coast to Arizona and reaches north from the international border to Orange and Riverside counties. Follow @SDCaltrans on Twitter at twitter.com/SDCaltrans and visit Caltrans San Diego on Facebook at facebook.com/SDCaltrans for news related to state transportation in San Diego and Imperial counties.

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For media inquiries, please contact the SANDAG Public Information Office at (619) 699-1950 or pio@sandag.org.