SANDAG newsletter provides information on key projects & services
As a public service, SANDAG distributes rEgion, a free, monthly newsletter. To subscribe to rEgion, visit SANDAG's Home page at www.sandag.org and enter a valid e-mail address in the box at the bottom left corner of the page. Each month, you will receive information to keep you updated on important projects and services underway and planned in the San Diego region. It's a great way to stay in the loop!
Connect to 511 for transit, traffic, and commute information
511 is a free phone and Web service that consolidates the region's transportation information into a one-stop resource. Merging transportation and technology, 511 puts a wealth of free, travel-related information at your fingertips - 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Access the service by dialing 511 from any phone or on the Web at www.511sd.com.
Rideshare Week is October 1-5
Celebrate your commute during Rideshare Week, a national celebration to promote alternatives to solo commuting.
Take our commuter survey!
SANDAG is celebrating Rideshare Week 2007 by inviting all San Diegans to tell us how they commute to work. Please take our survey at www.ridelink.org/survey between September 28 and October 31 and you could win one of 52 valuable prizes! The survey will give SANDAG important information about what types of services to offer to expand options for San Diego commuters.
SANDAG report details who are region's crime victims
SANDAG has analyzed crime and arrest report data from local law enforcement agencies to identify demographic characteristics of crime victims and suspects.
Del Mar Bluffs stabilization project update
Work continues to stabilize the bluffs along the railroad tracks within the North County Transit District railroad right-of-way.
Transportation progress report
Each quarter, SANDAG issues a transportation progress report to its Board of Directors to keep them informed of the many projects underway in the region.
2006 average daily traffic volumes released
Each year, local jurisdictions and Caltrans collect traffic count data on significant roadways, state freeways, and highways. SANDAG compiles this information to present Average Weekday Traffic Counts, which are two-way, 24-hour daily volumes shown in thousands of vehicles.
September Board Actions available online
The next SANDAG Board of Directors business meeting is scheduled for Friday, October 26, 2007, at 9 a.m. Members of the public not in attendance may listen live to this meeting by accessing the ‘Listen Live’ link from the SANDAG Web site home page approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.