Roads and Highways
Through its funding administration and regional planning efforts, SANDAG is working with local, state and national agencies to meet the challenges facing our auto-highway system while preserving the region's quality of life.
Current Roads and Highways Projects
The San Diego region has been chosen as one of ten autonomous vehicle proving ground sites in the nation.
This innovative project will improve the efficient movement of people, goods, and services between the United States and Mexico.
Targets resources to projects that promote alternatives to single-occupant car travel.
SANDAG assists local agencies in coordinating the implementation of the regionwide traffic signal integration system.
The completion of SR 905 will provide a critical connection to the Otay Mesa Port of Entry.
SANDAG, in collaboration with key stakeholders, is developing a multimodal corridor study for the I-8 corridor within the City of San Diego.
This 27-mile project will add highway lanes and operational improvements to provide mobility choices for motorists on I-5 in the northern San Diego region.
Addresses regional and local travel demand within the SR 78 corridor.
SANDAG purchased the lease to operate the SR 125 toll road in December 2011.
Manages performance of local and regional transportation systems.
Past Roads and Highways Projects
In partnership with Caltrans, SANDAG completed a study that recommended multimodal transportation improvements for the I-5 South and I-805 corridors.
Approximately 20,000 people attended the community fair and fun walk/run/bike ride on the freeway on Saturday, March 19 celebrating the upcoming opening of State Route 52 between SR 125 and SR 67.
During FY 2002, the initial regional Intermodal Network will begin linking the region's transportation management systems for freeways, arterial streets, transit, and traveler information.
This study evaluated several transportation alternatives to accommodate future traffic flows on the rural Highway 94 corridor and recommended a strategy that combines improvements for roads, ports of entry, and rail cargo service.
This study resulted in the development of a Cross Border Travel Forecasting Model that assists local, state, and federal agencies on both sides of the border to plan highway, major roads, and other transportation infrastructure.
This study evaluated various transportation improvement options along the State Route 67 corridor in East County.