I-8 Kumeyaay Corridor

Kumeyaay Corridor Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan

SANDAG and Caltrans District 11 are developing a Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) for Interstate 8, named the Kumeyaay Corridor CMCP.

The Kumeyaay Corridor CMCP aims to guide the development of an innovative transportation network, transforming the way people and goods move through the central San Diego region. The CMCP evaluates all travel modes and transportation facilities in the study area using real-time travel data and incorporating public input.

Completing the CMCPs will help the San Diego region compete for local, state, and federal funds, including Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. The Kumeyaay Corridor CMCP is anticipated to be completed in spring 2024.

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The Kumeyaay Corridor CMCP will create a comprehensive set of safe, sustainable, and equitable transportation solutions that are tailored to the needs of corridor users to promote community vitality and improve quality of life for all. The primary goals of the Kumeyaay Corridor CMCP are to:

  • Identify the transportation needs of the people that live, work, visit, and travel through the study area
  • Gather input from the community to create solutions that integrate with current development and land use policies while promoting an innovative, resilient, efficient, and accessible multimodal transportation system
  • Create a plan that enhances economic vitality, fosters safe and healthy communities, and improves equitable access to jobs and education