SANDAG
  banner

This Month

SANDAG newsletter
provides information
on key projects & services

underline spacerSANDAG adopts $214B RTP
& regional housing plan
underline spaceriCommute vanpool program
hits record-high participation
underline spacer
Electric vehicle carshare program comes to San Diego
underline spacer
New crime mapping tool available to public underline spacer
SANDAG analyzes region's jail & supervision capacity underline spacerNotice of public meetings for input on fare changes underline spacer

Archives

www.facebook.com/SANDAGregion

 

the rEgion

SANDAG adopts $214B RTP & regional housing plan
After more than two years of work and extensive public input, the SANDAG Board of Directors adopted the 2050 Regional Transportation Plan and its Sustainable Communities Strategy, as well as certified the Final Environmental Impact Report prepared for the 2050 RTP/SCS, at its October 28, 2011, meeting.

iCommute vanpool program hits record-high participation
The regional vanpool program has hit an all-time participation high. As of September 2011, there were 768 vanpools on the road, carrying 6,000 passengers across the region.

Electric vehicle carshare program comes to San Diego
The City of San Diego has partnered with Car2Go to bring a fleet of 300 vehicles to the area that will be available to the public for carsharing during a two-year pilot project.

New crime mapping tool available to public
San Diego County residents now have access to a free online tool that allows them to view crime data by neighborhood and address, and to sign up for e-mail alerts about criminal activity occurring near their home, school, or work.

SANDAG analyzes region's jail & supervision capacity
As the state shifted the responsibility for housing and supervising thousands of convicted criminals to county governments starting in October, the SANDAG Criminal Justice Division released a report analyzing the region’s capacity to absorb them.

Notice of public meetings for input on fare changes
Two public meetings will be held in November by SANDAG to receive comment on a proposal to amend transit fares affecting the Metropolitan Transit System and North County Transit District service areas and proposed changes to the Regional Comprehensive Fare Ordinance. Unless otherwise specified all changes are proposed to become effective on January 20, 2012.

Sign up to receive rEgion
To subscribe to rEgion, the SANDAG free monthly electronic newsletter, go to www.sandag.org and enter a valid e-mail address in the box at the bottom left corner of the page. Then, each month, you will receive information to keep you updated as to what’s happening in the San Diego region with regards to growth, transportation planning and construction, environmental management, housing, open space, energy, criminal justice, and binational topics.