The Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan (CMCP) for the South Bay 2 Sorrento (SB2S) project, a collaboration between SANDAG and Caltrans, evaluated all travel modes and transportation facilities in a defined corridor – highways and freeways, parallel and connecting roadways, transit (bus, bus rapid transit, light rail, intercity rail, etc.), pathways, and bikeways. The completed CMCP will help the San Diego region compete for local, state, and federal funds, including SB 1.
The SB2S project guides development of an innovative transportation network, transforming the way people and goods move through the San Diego region. The 28-mile SB2S corridor is one of the most congested and heavily used corridors in San Diego County. The I-805, for example, serves approximately 200,000 vehicles per day and can have significant delays during peak periods.
Major transportation facilities that pass through the SB2S study area include I-5, I-8, I-805, SR 52, SR 54, SR 94, SR 905, major arterials, and the Bayshore Bikeway. Existing transit services include the COASTER, the Trolley, multiple Rapid lines, and more than 25 local bus lines.
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