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As a major newsmaker in the San Diego region, SANDAG programs, projects, and perspectives are consistently featured in local, national, and even international media. Links to the articles and/or coverage received are listed below.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Carlsbad to launch innovative ‘first-last mile’ program to boost transit ridership

SANDAG Project Shift 'Violates The Will of the Voters' El Cajon Mayor Says

North County Report: In Other News (bottom)

Our Readers Write: Straight talk on Nobel Trolley Station parking (12th story)

San Onofre Nuclear Decommissioning Reviewed at CA Coastal Commission Meeting Wednesday June 12 2019

Drivers In San Diego Are Open To Other Transit Options

SAN DIEGO SEGUNDO LUGAR EN ARRESTOS JUVENILES.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Residents weigh in on future MTS plans

SANDAG’s transit plan draws protests

Dianne’s Corner: Stepping up fire preparedness

Midway District Stays on List of Highest Crime Increases for San Diego Neighborhoods

Public Forums on Future of Transit Continue in Carmel Valley Tuesday Evening

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Many drivers in San Diego region would consider transit, other alternatives if they were more convenient, SANDAG study finds

Gómez: There Is No MTS-SANDAG Split

Overnight freeway closures on Interstate 5

Southbound I-5 closures in La Jolla to begin Monday night and will last 3 weeks

Military Veterans in Vista Jail May Get More Job Help, County Services

SANDAG surveys commuters on alternative transit

Midway Planners Not Happy With SANDAG Moving Forward on ‘Transportation Hub’ Without Public Input

COUNTY RECEIVES STATE GRANT TO HELP WHACK INVASIVE WEED

Monday, June 10, 2019

Column: Future transportation plan needs unified approach. It’s not happening.

Behind the Crime Counts data project

Datos: Más barrios en San Diego han visto aumento en crímenes violentos

Overnight closures set for I-5 corridor for Mid-Coast trolley construction

Three weeks of overnight southbound I-5 closures in La Jolla to begin Sunday evening

Question For Commuters: Would You Leave Your Car At Home One Day A Week?

Southbound I-5 Closes Overnight For Three Weeks In La Jolla

VOSD Podcast: This Week In Mayoral Messaging - Encinitas Mayor on SANDAG, second story

Politics Report: This Week in SANDAG

Sacramento Report: The SANDAG Bailout Bill Moves Forward

SANDAG surveys commuters on alternative transit

Coronado Is Fighting Back Against Forced Density

In reply to 'We need freeways and roads'

City working on mobility concepts for Mission Boulevard

Midway planners hear proposal on NAVWAR site

Southbound I-5 Closing Overnight in University City Through June 28 for Trolley Work

Housing & Transportation Issues

Friday, June 7, 2019

SANDAG Offers Gift Cards to San Diegans in Exchange for Travel Information

Sacramento Report: The SANDAG Bailout Bill Moves Forward

San Diego News Matters: SANDAG Transportation Survey (4:37)

Midway planners hear proposal on NAVWAR site

Lagoon access road on Coastal Commission agenda next week

Get ready North County, bike-sharing could start in July

Overnight I-5 Closures Scheduled Over the Next Several Weeks for Mid-Coast Trolley Construction

Last call for input on Balboa-Pacific Beach trolley station: Planning board reviews SANDAG’s mobility proposals

Rose Creek’s friends are planning for its future: Advocates seek park designation with cared-for open spaces

SANDAG ofrece tarjetas de regalo a sandieguinos en intercambio por información de viajes

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Officials raise wildfire specter in lashing out about plan to divert highway funds

More city neighborhoods see increase in violent crimes, new data analysis shows

Interactive map: A week of crime in San Diego County

Carlsbad Council May Update: SANDAG 2021 Regional Transportation Plan, second story

Wildfire evacuees, community leaders protest SANDAG plans to shelve highway safety improvements

Wildfire evacuees, San Diego County leaders protest SANDAG's plans to divert TransNet funds for mass transit

Survey by SANDAG find Commuters Open to More Transportation Choices

Budget, Wireless Facilities, and Historic & Construction Issues Dominate City Council Meeting

IF YOU SEE THIS PLANT, REPORT IT: COUNTY GETS STATE GRANT TO HELP WHACK INVASIVE WEED

East County officials accuse SANDAG of highway robbery

Community leaders say SANDAG’s new TransNet vision will shelve highway safety improvements

East County Residents Concerned Over Future of Transportation

County Receives State Grant to Control Smelly, Invasive Weed

SANDAG plans to slash SR-67 expansion funds meets opposition

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

First hundred days for National City Mayor

San Diego People: SANDAG’s Regional Transportation Plan

San Diego County, City Take Action To Help Disabled, Incarcerated Vets

Military Veterans in Vista Jail May Get More Job Help, County Services

Get ready North County, bike-sharing could start in July

Use These Alternate Transportation Methods to Get to Petco Park

San Diego's $2.17B Trolley Hits Half-Way Mark

Groups to protest SANDAG's SR-67 plans

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

San Marcos officials seek to preserve funds for highway upgrades

Get ready, North County, bike-sharing could start in July

How they voted, June 2

Roundtable: SANDAG leadership, fourth story

Dems Disagree on SANDAG's Transit Plan

Politics Report: The Debate on the Left Over SANDAG’s Transit Plan, fourth story

Protected bikeways on Fourth and Fifth avenues closer to breaking ground

Coronado Is Fighting Back Against Forced Density

SAN DIEGO REGION AWARDED $15.8 MILLION TO INCREASE WALKING AND BIKING

Green Calendar for June 2019

Protected bikeways on Fourth and Fifth avenues closer to breaking ground

RCTC, SANDAG wrapping up interregional park and ride report

CA: Get ready, North County, bike-sharing could start in July

Dead time (opinion)

North Carolina Was Chosen To Test Self-Driving Cars on Public Roads

Friday, May 31, 2019

The Common Good: Transportation for a New Age

Vista City Council punts new SANDAG transit plan

Del Mar grapples with looming housing crisis

Frustrations Levels High At Recent Coronado City Council Meeting - In Other Council Actions (bottom)

North Carolina Was Chosen To Test Self-Driving Cars on Public Roads

RACE TO FILL DIANNE JACOB’S SUPERVISORIAL SEAT TAKES SHAPE

Encinitas seeks to improve bike safety

Protected bikeways on Fourth and Fifth avenues closer to breaking ground

RCTC, SANDAG wrapping up interregional park and ride report

Liberty Bell Plaza: Vons/Albertsons – Some Facts

Encuesta pública, anuncia el gobierno de Chula Vista para compatibilizar transporte público, indica

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Vista council opposes SANDAG’s ‘Five Big Moves’ plan

MTS attempts to spur ridership with Lyft discounts to and from transit stations

Interactive map shows crimes in San Diego County

San Marcos City Council voted to send letter to SANDAG opposing new plan

North County Report: YIMBYs in North County Actually Exist, first story

MTS to host transit forum in Carmel Valley on June 11

SANDAG wants public’s input on transportation plan

Opinion: We need freeways and roads

San Diego 2019 Apartment Market Update [Full Report]

CA: Vista council opposes SANDAG's 'Five Big Moves' plan

LYFT : MTS attempts to spur ridership with Lyft discounts to and from transit stations

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Vista Transit Rally

Supervisor Candidate Castellanos Offers $1 Billion Affordable Housing Plan

Morning Report: The Pro-Transit Opposition to SANDAG’s Transit Vision, second story

New Developments in Fire Hazard Areas Are Safer Than Ever

Where Will Coronado Build 1,800 Additional Homes?

SANTEE APPROVES BOND FINANCING FOR WESTON IMPROVEMENTS

San Diego: Active transportation projects get $16M boost after regional competition win (bike lanes)

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

MTS tax proposal likely to focus on expanded bus network, sidestep SANDAG’s envisioned high-speed rail

Your Opinions: What will commuting look like in San Diego’s future?

Q&A: A conversation with San Diego tourism officials

Active transportation projects get $16M boost after regional competition win

San Diego Region Awarded $15.8 Million to Increase Walking and Biking

San Diego, Escondido, National City to Benefit From $16 Million in Funding for Bikeway Projects

Dem meeting to explore climate action goals

News and notes from your County Supervisor

Panel discusses police oversight options

New Chair Of San Diego County Democrats Talks About Hot Races In 2020

The Friday Five: Push Back over Sweeping SANDAG Plan

Encinitas, regional officials mark completion of Cardiff dune project

Palomar Airport: Mayor Hall Memories, #244

On the Agenda

Campland proposes taking over former Mission Bay RV resort, removing asbestos

Sacramento Report: A Few More Bills That Are Moving on …, third story

San Diego, Escondido, National City to Benefit From $16 Million in Funding for Bikeway Projects

Friday, May 24, 2019

Enjoy NCC: A Trio of Construction Projects Completed!

Officials celebrate ‘living shoreline’ project’s conclusion

Mark Larson: Battle over TransNet funds

SANDAG Begins 3 Days Of Work On North County Commuter Station

Dianne’s Corner: Highway robbery

EDITORIAL: THUMBS DOWN to San Diego Association of Governments …, second story

SUPERVISOR DESMOND – OUR FREEWAYS ARE UNDER ATTACK

Chamber to Launch Government Affairs Committee in Response to SANDAG Plan that Shelves Long-Planned Freeway Expansions

Regional Housing Assessment May Mandate Construction Of Up To 1,800 Units In Coronado

Gotcha To Roll Out Bike Share Program In North San Diego County

Driver’s License Photos of Almost Half of US Adults Now Are Being Used in Virtual Line-Ups by Law Enforcement

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Trolley or people mover for getting to the San Diego airport? Local leaders will soon decide

Officials celebrate ‘living shoreline’ project’s conclusion

Poway council: Keep road upgrades in transportation plan

SANDAG proposed four airport transportation projects for the near future

SANDAG To Continue Work On Undercrossing At Poinsettia Station

SANDAG Begins 3 Days Of Work On North County Commuter Station

SANDAG to Begin 3 Days of Major Work at Poinsettia Station in Carlsbad

Opinion: The next step for #MeToo is early prevention

How Mayor Kevin Faulconer Touched Off a Historic Debate About San Diego’s Transportation Future

State Grants Awarded for Active Transportation, Sustainable Communities

Gotcha To Roll Out Bike Share Program In North San Diego County

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Latest proposals for bringing transit to San Diego airport include underground people mover, trolley extension

Caltrans grants $500K to study connecting trolley to airport

San Diego voters overwhelmingly oppose SANDAG diverting road repair funds for mass transit

How Kevin Faulconer Touched Off a Historic Debate About San Diego’s Transportation Future

Morning Report: The Competing Visions for the Future of San Diego, first story

DeMaio Releases Poll Showing ‘Supermajority’ Opposition to SANDAG Transportation Plan

SANDAG officials divided on new transportation plan

Highway 78 problems loom as county considers transit options

마약 불법 유통·복용 강력범죄 급증 불렀다

Poway council: Keep road upgrades in transportation plan

(Opinion) Game of groans: Is political pariah Carl DeMaio testing the mayoral waters with robocalls?

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Coronado warns state housing goals would be ‘catastrophic’

Commentary: Why San Diego needs to re-imagine transportation system

Commentary: Why San Diego won’t be scrapping its cars

Editorial: SANDAG’s transit plan is ambitious. But we need to find out if it’s realistic.

Politics Report: Sharp Words at SANDAG Meeting

VOSD Podcast: Scott Gets the Call, third story

Top Stories: SANDAG’s New Chief Welcomes Heat, Calls Consensus of the Past a Lie, third story

Ramona residents worry about future of State Route 67 amid SANDAG's new transportation plan

Democratic County Supervisor candidates hold debut forum

SANDAG: Countywide property crime rate reaches new 39-year low

Countywide property crime reaches lowest point in nearly 40 years

Guest Commentary: Build safer roads first

SANDAG failed to deliver on road and highway improvements

Clairemont Community Planning Group Meeting 5/21/19

Poway council to consider transit plan changes

CP&DR News Briefs May 21, 2019: Quick Hits and Updates, bottom half

Friday, May 17, 2019

Your Say: Transit’s future in San Diego County

Interactive map shows crimes around San Diego County

SANDAG considers options for regional transportation future

Cyclists hit the road on Bike to Work Day

Bike sharing comes to several coast cities

Council Finalizes Community Grant Policy; Hears Community Input On Logos College

Events Being Held Across SD County Celebrating Bike To Work Day

CRIME DOWN IN SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AREAS

US Police Capture 117 Million In Facial Recognition Systems

Thursday, May 16, 2019

County property crime rate lowest in 39 years, hate crimes plummet

NORTH COUNTY COMMUNITY NEWS: ESCONDIDO Bike to Work Day

De haber las condiciones, más personas considerarían la bicicleta para llegar a su trabajo en San Diego

Events held around San Diego County to celebrate Bike to Work Day

Property crime in county drops to lowest level in 4 decades

Homicide, Rape Up Slightly Despite Low Violent Crime Rate: Study

Low Property Crime Rates Around County

Stop by NBC 7 Studios on National Bike to Work Day

Everything You Need to Know About National Bike to Work Day

Countywide events to celebrate Bike to Work Day

SANDAG crime report shows no change in violent crime rates

Thousands Expected To Hit San Diego Streets For ‘Bike To Work Day’

Countywide Property Crime Reaches Lowest Point in Nearly 40 Years

Morning Report: Most Crime Is Down in the County, With a Few Exceptions, fourth story

Rain or Shine, San Diego Bike to Work Day Scheduled for Thursday

San Diego Property Crime Rate Fell to 39-year Low in 2018

Events Being Held Across SD County Celebrating Bike To Work Day

Around the County: We need freeways and roads

Carlsbad puts brakes on bike share program

Limited evacuation routes add urgency to SR-67 widening

Special Trips, Deals, Updates for Riding NCTD This Summer

The San Diego County Property Crime Rate Reaches New 39-Year Low In 2018

Se registra la tasa más baja de delitos en el condado de San Diego de las últimas cuatro décadas, según SANDAG

Opposition to SANDAG transit plan may become a potent political stand

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Column: Opposition to SANDAG transit plan may become a potent political stand

Bike to Work Day 2019 in San Diego: What you need to know

Bike to Work Day

SANDAG’s New Chief Welcomes Heat, Calls Consensus of the Past a Lie

Morning Report: SANDAG Chief Says Past Board Consensus Was a Lie, first story

SANDAG: San Diego Property Crime Rate Fell to 39-year Low in 2018

How San Diego Can Help Support Its Growing Senior Population

Can SANDAG solve traffic woes with 100 MPH commuter rail, rush-hour pricing?

NOT JOLLY ABOUT TROLLEY: La Jolla Town Council transportation forum evokes complaints

Quieter times likely for those near railroads

CP&DR News Briefs May 14, 2019: Quick Hits and Updates, second half

범죄발생 다운타운·해안가 도시에 집중

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

North County community events (Pit stops planned for Bike to Work Day)

¿Puede SANDAG resolver los problemas de tráfico con el tren de cercanías de 100 MPH, y cobrar por manejar en horas pico?

Examining the controversy at SANDAG over Transnet Funds

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond discusses the controversy at SANDAG over Transnet funds

On the Agenda

Wachs Defends Controversial Plan to Combat San Diego Traffic

For Cheers and Refreshment, Stop by Our Pit Stop on Bike to Work Day

Monday, May 13, 2019

Can SANDAG solve traffic woes with 100 MPH commuter rail, rush-hour pricing?

Supervisors divided over transportation plan

Encinitas Bike Riders Get Free Safety Gear Ahead of Bike to Work Day

Encinitas Bike Riders Receive Free Bike Safety Gear

SANDAG hosting the 29th Annual Bike to Work Day on Thursday

SANDAG unveils “5 Big Moves” to deliver bold new transportation vision in San Diego

Supervisor Kristin Gaspar gives update on latest SANDAG meeting

Politics Report: Councilwoman Montgomery on Housing, Police and School Reform, first story

SANDAG Completes Trio of Road, Bike and Rail Projects in Encinitas

SANDAG celebrates completion of new transit projects in Encinitas

Dem meeting to explore climate action goals

Walk, Bike, and Roll in Pacific Beach during National Bike Month

See How San Diego Rolls on Bike to Work Day

Coronado Bikes To The Movies

Trio of Encinitas, Calif., transit, safety and mobility projects completed

New South Bay Rapid Bus Is Falling Far Short of Ridership Expectations

Friday, May 10, 2019

Calendario de eventos en San Diego y Baja California a partir del 10 de mayo (Bike to Work Day)

VOSD: South Bay Rapid Transit Ridership Lower Than Expected

New South Bay Rapid Bus Is Falling Far Short of Ridership Expectations

DeMaio Organizing Campaign, Threatening Recalls Over SANDAG’s New Focus on Transit

Reform California launches campaign opposing proposed TransNet changes

SANDAG and CalTrans Announce Completion a of Trio of Transit, Safety, and Mobility Projects in Encinitas

COMPLETION OF TRIO ENCINITAS TRANSIT, MOBILITY PROJECTS CELEBRATED

Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA), fifth story

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Interactive map: A week of crime in San Diego County

Improved bikeway, pedestrian path opens in Encinitas

Del Mar Taps Gotcha for North County Bike-Share Program

DeMaio Organizing Campaign, Threatening Recalls Over SANDAG’s New Focus on Transit

Strategy Training Next Generation of San Diego’s Policymakers

San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones Guest Speaker at Republican Women of California – San Marcos June Meeting

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

SANDAG Director Responds to Critics of '5 Big Moves' Plan

Security Cameras Spot Suspects Steal $18K Worth of Tools From MTS Trailer

Del Mar Taps Gotcha for North County Bike-Share Program

Morning Report: In Other News - SANDAG Chief Hasan Ikhrata on NBC 7

Supervisors Representing North County Blast New SANDAG Focus on Transit

North, East County leaders still simmering over mass-transit proposal

Electric bike share program coming to Del Mar

Encinitas celebrates opening of Cardiff Coastal Rail Trail with Bike and Walk

Blog: Gaspar takes on SANDAG

Calendar: May 2019 - 29th Annual SANDAG Bike to Work Day

Supervisors Fail to Support SANDAG Transit Overhaul, second story

Caltrans investing $4.4B in Southern California rail, transit and freight mobility projects

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

North, East County officials may be unable to prevent promised funds from being taken from road projects

North, East County leaders still simmering over mass-transit proposal

Your Opinions: SANDAG should think more about smart highways

City of Encinitas establishes new ‘quiet zone’ in Cardiff

Job-seeking manufacturing tour in East County May 23

County Supervisors speak out against new SANDAG mass transit plan

San Diego County Supervisors oppose SANDAG’s transportation plan

Better roads or public transit? County debates transportation future

What's Next For San Diego's Freeway Projects?

KPBS Midday Edition: San Diego’s Freeways

SANDAG planning to divert voter-approved funds from North County San Diego highway projects

Poway Mayor Steve Vaus reflects on his leadership after the synagogue shooting

County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar discusses TransNet extension

City of San Marcos Mayor on local transit

San Diego County Supervisors oppose SANDAG’s transportation plan

Politics Report: Gaspar's Decision Sets Up Huge County Race

Morning Report: Gaspar’s in … for Re-election Bid, second story

Sacramento Report: These State Bills Would Only Impact San Diego

VOSD News of the Week, second story

Supervisors Representing North County Blast New SANDAG Focus on Transit

San Diego’s Reactionary County Supervisors Keep On Earning Their Reputation

We need freeways and roads

Gaspar seeks 2nd county board term; 2 Encinitas hopefuls in race

Supes Gaspar and Desmond say SANDAG failed to deliver on critical voter-approved road and highway improvements

The Regional Planning Agency Wanted to Evolve on Transportation. The County Said No.

CP&DR News Briefs May 7, 2019:SANDAG Transportation Plan, second story

Resurgent Rail And Transit Funding In Southern California Sets Stage For Los Angeles Union Station’s Next 80 Years

Friday, May 3, 2019

What should the Navy do with SPAWAR site? USD students have a winning plan

After Decades Marked by Sameness, the Board of Supervisors Is Changing Rapidly

Republican Kristin Gaspar to Seek Re-Election to County Board of Supervisors

City of San Marcos Mayor on local transit

City of Encinitas establishes new 'quiet zone' in Cardiff

Education Notebook: Mission Bay Cluster - Walk and Roll to School

Alpine Celebrates 21 Years as America’s FIRST Community Wildlife Habitat

Where is Bay Park?

SANDAG proposes transit expansion in San Diego

Sustainable Development and Land Use Update: San Diego Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal, second story

Big Bear Lake City Council Member Bill Jahn Sworn in as SCAG President

Thursday, May 2, 2019

County Supervisors call on SANDAG to use voter-approved funds for highway projects

North County Report: Standing United for Freeways, second story

Morning Report: YIMBY Mayor Says He’s Neutral on SB 50, third story

City of Encinitas' first 'Quiet Zone' now in effect in Cardiff

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal

Supervisors OK letter asking SANDAG to keep highway promises

Board of Supervisors block future TransNet amendments

Supervisors OK Letter Asking SANDAG To Keep Highway Promises

Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal

Morning Report: County Supes Reject SANDAG’s Big Move, fifth story

County Supervisors Reject SANDAG’s Big Move

Transit Activists Begin Work on 2020 Ballot Measure to Fund MTS Expansion

In 3-2 Vote, County Supervisors Tell SANDAG to Focus on Highways, Not Transit

Board of Supervisors to vote on blocking future TransNet amendments

SANDAG crews to close I-805 connector ramps overnight for road work

City of Encinitas first 'Quiet Zone' now in effect

Trains Go Silent Through Encinitas After 'Quiet Zone' Established

New 24-Hour 'Quiet Zone' Near Encinitas Train Tracks

LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS: Town Council to tackle Torrey Pines trolley traffic, fourth story

Coronado To Celebrate National Bike Month

The Green Activist Calendar for May 2019 – From the OB Green Center

Opinion | State Elected Officials – “their Mistakes” and how the Taxpayers pay for it

SDG&E’s 14th Annual Energy Showcase spotlights leaders in energy efficiency, renewable energy and clean transportation

Eight Local Entities Honored For Leading The Way In Energy And Sustainability Innovations

San Diego Transportation Plan Shifts Emphasis From Roads to Rails

San Diego: SANDAG proposes historic transit expansion, cutting long-promised highway projects

Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

County Supervisors to weigh in Tuesday on SANDAG transit expansion proposal

Your Opinions: SANDAG is right to be focused on future of mass transit

County Supervisors Mull SANDAG '5 Big Moves' Plan

SANDAG Plan Roils Two San Diego County Supervisors

Morning Report: County Supes Pushing for Freeway Expansions, fourth story

San Diego leaders unveil new vision for future of public transportation

San Diego leaders unveil new vision for future of public transit

County Supervisors to weigh in Tuesday on SANDAG transit expansion proposal

Monday, April 29, 2019

SANDAG proposes historic transit expansion, cutting long-promised highway projects

SANDAG propone histórica expansión del tránsito que corta proyectos de carreteras prometidos desde hace mucho tiempo

Transforming San Diego's Transportation

SANDAG proposes new transportation vision

Politics Report: What Kind of Vision? Bold!

VOSD Podcast: Jim Desmond on SANDAG, Transit and Climate Change, third story

SANDAG UNVEILS “5 BIG MOVES”

SANDAG proposes new transportation vision

SANDAG leaders unveil bold vision for future of public transit in San Diego

CA: SANDAG proposes historic transit expansion, cutting long-promised highway projects

SANDAG Offers ‘Bold Vision’ for Transit-Oriented Future in San Diego Region

SANDAG proposes historic transit expansion, cutting long-promised highway projects

Check out the best local health tweets from San Diego: Bicycling

Friday, April 26, 2019

SANDAG leaders unveil bold vision for future of public transit in San Diego

SANDAG Offers ‘Bold Vision’ for Future Transportation in San Diego Region

Improving and transforming San Diego County’s transportation system

SANDAG Unveils Pit Stops For Bike To Work Day

Private feud between city official, resident goes public

SANDAG reduces traffic with new work schedule, eighth story

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Interactive map: A look at crime in San Diego County

City Council Approves Regulations For Dockless Scooters, Bikes

Lyft San Diego Launches Year-Long Safety and Sustainability Campaign

SAN DIEGO'S EFFORT TO REDUCE PRISON OVERCROWDING IS HITTING SOME SNAGS

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Los congresistas de San Diego hablan de la frontera en blanco y negro

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

What a new California bill could mean for San Diego housing

San Diego communities have urged officials to keep speed limits low in conflict with state law. Now officers can’t use radar guns on those stretches of road.

Politics Report: Big Day Coming at SANDAG, fourth story

Madaffer Says He’s the New Sheriff in the San Diego Water World

From Oceanside to Del Mar, North County Could See Dockless Bikes Starting This Summer

SANDAG, Caltrans to close SR-54 and I-805 ramps for overnight work

SANDAG, Caltrans to close Route 54/I-805 interchange ramps for overnight work

SANDAG, Caltrans To Close Route 54/I-805 Interchange Ramps For Overnight Work

Crews Install Giant, 81-Ton Girders for Trolley ‘Flyover’ in Rose Canyon

‘Grade the Media’ Reveals Critics’ Splits Over How to Report San Diego News

The Border Realities Beneath the Fury

Friday, April 19, 2019

What a new California bill could mean for San Diego housing

NCTD ENCOURAGES PROJECT FUNDING BY GIVING STATE AND LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES TOUR OF DEL MAR BLUFFS

SANDAG’s Techno-Futurist Transportation Vision May Run Into Reality Check

Next-Generation MTS Trolley Cars Will Begin Service on Saturday

NCTD Encourages Project Funding by Giving State and Local Representatives Tour of Del Mar Bluffs

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Interactive map: A week of crime in San Diego County

Morning Report: SANDAG Is Betting On Technology That Doesn’t Exist Yet, first story

It's Been a Rough Road for Program to Get Addicted Offenders Off the Street

NCTD Encourages Project Funding by Giving State and Local Representatives Tour of Del Mar Bluffs

North County Transit District Seeks Funding To Stabilize Del Mar Bluffs

SANDAG Goes Back To The Future: The 2007 Vision For A “Grand Central Station”

NCTD Encourages Project Funding by Giving State and Local Representatives Tour of Del Mar Bluffs

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

SANDAG’s Techno-Futurist Transportation Vision May Run Into Reality Check

County changing approach to juvenile justice

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Buscan ideas para optimizar el cruce en la frontera, hay premios para las mejores

Desmond, a Union Guy, Blasted Unions on Airport Vote

Monday, April 15, 2019

What is congestion pricing exactly? And can it solve traffic jams in San Diego as experts promise?

Weekend Rail Service Suspended for Track Repairs and Improvements

Full rail closures from Oceanside to San Diego this weekend

Politics Report:Desmond, a Union Guy Blasting Unions, third story

Friday, April 12, 2019

Planning group moves forward on roads, buildings

I-5 closure scheduled Thursday night for trolley project

I-5 road closures tonight for construction of trolley extension

Planning group moves forward on roads, buildings

Consejo Asesor de Servicios Sociales en el Transporte (SSTAC, por sus siglas en inglés) Aviso de Reunión Pública

Road Closures Planned For I-5 Stretch Near La Jolla Village Drive

Thursday, April 11, 2019

I-5 closure scheduled Thursday night for trolley project

I-5 Road Closures Scheduled Thursday Evening For Trolley Extension Construction

Construction Prompts I-5 Lane Closures in Both Directions Thursday Night

Working group to determine possible road treatment innovations

Overnight Closure of I-5 Set for April 11

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Horton Plaza Project Would Breathe New Life Into Downtown

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

SANDAG Schedule Shift Allows Worker Flex Time

Politics Report: The Way Things Are Now

The Politics of Project Labor Agreements Are Changing

Morning Report: More Census Funding on the Way

SANDAG Shifts to Compressed Work Schedule to ‘Walk the Walk’ on Commuting

SANDAG Makes the Move to Reduce Traffic Congestion with New Work Schedule

SANDAG AWARDS MORE THAN $55,000 FOR FREE FAMILY BIKE EVENTS

SANDAG AWARDS MORE THAN $55,000 FOR FREE FAMILY BIKE EVENTS IN APRIL AND MAY

Mayor’s Minute: The truth about Encinitas housing

Councilmember Corner

3rd Annual Progressive Labor Summit 2019 in San Diego, Saturday April 13th

Preparan Censo 2020 a un año del conteo poblacional; buscarán llegar a la población más “difícil de contar”

Why cars and produce are taking a hit from Trump’s latest border moves

Construction Reaches Half-Way Point on San Diego's $2.1 Billion Mid-Coast Trolley

Produce shipments slowing at U.S.-Mexico border

Trump’s Threat to Shutdown Southern Border Puts the Food Industry at Risk

Buscan agilizar cruce fronterizo

EXPONE GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO PROYECTOS DE INFRAESTRUCTURA FRONTERIZA ANTE EL SENADO DE LA REPÚBLICA

Friday, April 5, 2019

Traffic Backed Up As Otay Mesa POE Lanes Remain Closed

Morning Report: Sign of the Times: Airport Authority Inks Project Labor Agreement for Terminal 1 Revamp

Preparan Censo 2020 a un año del conteo poblacional; buscarán llegar a la población más “difícil de contar”

Border Maneuvers Slowing Movement of Food: Industry

Elezioni 2020, Trump punta sulla politica contro i migrant

Trump e i migranti: minacce e poi retromarcia

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Interactive map shows crimes around San Diego County

Con la participación de líderes locales, arranca iniciativa para un conteo real en censo 2020

CBP Reduces Lanes at Otay Mesa POE, Businesses Brace for Full Closure

Activists Rallying For Protected Bike Lanes In North Park

Morning Report: More Census Funding on the Way, fifth story

Avocado market buying the rumor of border shutdown

Trump e la miopia sui migranti: una politica solo sui sintomi

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Collaboration of local leaders launches effort to reach hard-to-count populations for 2020 Census

California State Census Awards $3.2M to ‘Count Me 2020 Coalition’ and SANDAG

City Leaders Making Sure Every San Diegan Counts

LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS: Mid-Coast trolley project hits midpoint, first story

Pacific Beach Planning Group welcomes new members: EcoDistrict history

Coronado Ferry Landing Part of Port Chairman’s ‘Renaissance’ Vision

Mid-Coast Trolley project reaches halfway point

How a US-Mexico border shutdown could hurt the food industry

United Fresh warns border shutdown will harm produce industry

United Fresh Produce Association Encourages Action On Border Issue

CERRAR LA FRONTERA AFECTARÍA MÁS A CALIFORNIA QUE BAJA CALIFORNIA

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Collaboration of local leaders launches effort to reach hard-to-count populations for 2020 Census

Backstory: How the ‘Crime Counts’ project came about

Mid-Coast Trolley expansion celebrates halfway to completion milestone

San Diego group encourages women to buy guns

$2.17B Mid-Coast Trolley Project Reaches Milestone: It’s Halfway Finished

SANDAG Chief Wants More Mass Transit, Fewer Highways in San Diego

Politics Report: Mayor Roasts the Town (and Scott), second story

SANDAG Receives $1.5 Million Grant in Preparation for 2020 Census

‘Monumental’ $2.1 Billion Mid-Coast Trolley Project Reaches Halfway Point

City of San Diego wants dockless scooter secrets

Daily Business Report-April 2, 2019: Census awards $3.2 million to groups to reach ‘hard to count’ populations, sixth story

Mid-Coast Trolley Celebrates Halfway Point Milestone By Thanking Construction Workers

Encinitas OKs redesign of Streetscape project

EVERYBODY COUNTS: LOCAL LEADERS LAUNCH 2020 CENSUS OUTREACH

U-T: Violent Crime In San Diego On The Decline, But Not In All City Neighborhoods

Everything you need to know about the San Diego Trolley Extension

United Fresh: Proposed border shutdown will create “economic uncertainty”

DHS orders CBP officer ‘surge’ at southern border

United Fresh encourages broader discussion on reforming our immigration system for path forward

Border shutdown would cause significant harm to produce industry

President Trump Suggests U.S.-Mexico Border Shutdown, U.S Customs and Border Protection Mobilizes 750

Cierre de la frontera de EU sería un desastre comercial: investigador

Friday, March 29, 2019

State of the City: Encinitas has much to celebrate, mayor says

Mid-Coast Trolley expansion celebrates halfway to completion milestone

Mid-Coast Trolley expansion celebrates halfway to completion milestone

State of the City: Encinitas has much to celebrate, mayor says

SANDAG BOARD AWARDS $7.2 MILLION IN SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTATION GRANTS

Thursday, March 28, 2019

How the Union-Tribune analyzed violent crime data in San Diego

SANDAG Board Awards $7.2m in Specialized Transportation Grants

Local transit efforts continue despite SANDAG plan reset

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Search for ‘Grand Central’ station to serve airport narrowed to 2 San Diego sites

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

No new stories

Monday, March 25, 2019

San Diegans could face two tax hikes to fund world-class transit system. But will they foot the bill?

New National City police chief: 'It’s incumbent on me to keep lines of communication open'

Poll shows support for new sales tax to support San Diego transit

Binational meeting discusses plans for new port of entry

VOSD Podcast Live: Transit San Diegans Might Actually Use

Politics Report: New SANDAG Chief, the Quote Machine

SDPD Quietly Stopped Sharing License Plate Data With the Feds

Morning Report: Politics Roundup, third story

Where Can You Get A Wheel Cramping Ticket In San Diego? (Hint: Almost Anywhere)

Overnight Lane Closures Planned on Interstate 805 in South County

Identifican a Tijuana como la Ciudad más Violenta del Mundo; Alcalde lo Niega

Friday, March 22, 2019

Editorial | MTS touts pro-tax poll but hides details — so don't trust the poll

Despite opposition, La Mesa relaxes rules for 'granny flats'

Desmond, Gallo address Escondido Republicans

Thursday, March 21, 2019

MTS says polling shows strong support for raising taxes to expand bus and trolley service

Interactive map shows crimes around San Diego County

Half-cent sales tax proposed for San Diego transit upgrades

MTS Proposes New Ballot Measure to Increase Sales Tax

Daily Business Report-March 21, 2019: San Diego officials: Poll shows strong support for new sales tax for public transit, third story

Reduced speed limit on I-5 between Encinitas & Carlsbad in construction zone

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

CIUDAD DE SAN DIEGO SOBRESALE POR NÚMERO DE ARRESTOS.

SR-163/Friars Road Interchange Project Underway in San Diego

Local extinction of Southern California mountain lions possible within 50 years

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

NCTD wants permanent maintenance road at San Elijo construction site (blog)

Monday, March 18, 2019

Column | San Diego: A city of big thinking, big risks, big controversies

SANDAG crews to begin constructing trolley underpass at La Jolla Colony Drive

SANDAG crews to begin constructing trolley underpass at La Jolla Colony Drive

SANDAG Crews to begin constructing trolley underpass at La Jolla Colony Drive

San Elijo Lagoon temporary road headed for permanence

VOSD Podcast: See You Next Week! (bottom blurb)

Crews Beginning Work on Trolley Underpass at La Jolla Colony Drive

PASSAGES: FORMER LA MESA MAYOR AND COUNTY SUPERVISOR GEORGE BAILEY: 1919-2019

Ridership Rebounding, Public Transit In San Diego Is Having A Moment

Friday, March 15, 2019

One contested race in Rancho Bernardo Planning Board election

SANDAG pushing for record-breaking participation in Bike to Work Day

Trolley Tunnel Construction to Begin in La Jolla Ridership Rebounding, Public Transit In San Diego Is Having A Moment

LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS: Trolley tunnel construction at La Jolla Colony, first story

Political Column #46 – The Public Transportation Conundrum

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Levine: The public transit conundrum

29TH ANNUAL SANDAG BIKE TO WORK DAY IS THURSDAY, MAY 16!

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: San Diego County employs new “optioning” signage to ease congestion

TRANSIT: Feds award $1 billion grant to build San Diego trolley line

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Planners report progress on SR-67 widening

Column | San Diego transportation agencies struggle to get in sync on big plans

Get out of the car

Speed Limit on Portion of I-5 to Be Reduced for Three Years During Carpool Construction

Hike to the Audubon Nature Center and Buena Vista Lagoon in Carlsbad

Trolley Extension, Highways Repairs Force Series of Overnight Road Closures

Former County Supervisor George Bailey dies at 100

North County lane closures begin tonight, continue throughout week

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Fault Lines Emerge in Push to Connect Airport to Trolley

North, south county lane closures to begin Tuesday evening

Trolley Extension, Highways Repairs Force Series of Overnight Road Closures

Work begins on Mid-Coast Trolley tunnel underpass in San Diego

Lane Closures Planned In South Bay & North County

Monday, March 11, 2019

I-5 speed limit to fall to 55 in North County on Monday

Homicides in San Diego County by the numbers: 2018

Speed limit to be reduced to 55 MPH along 8-mile stretch of Interstate 5 in North County

Rail work to impact traffic along SoCal coast through Monday

Caltrans reduces speed limit to 55 along I-5 construction zone

Temporary speed limit reduction along Interstate 5 in Encinitas, Carlsbad takes effect Monday

Speed Limit on Portion of I-5 to Be Reduced for Three Years During Carpool Construction

Ongoing Trolley Bridge Construction Leads to Weekend Closure of Nobel Drive

Temporary speed limit reduction along Interstate 5 in Encinitas, Carlsbad takes effect Monday

Speed Limit on I-5 Cut to 55 MPH in North County Construction Zone

Weekend Coastal Rail Service Suspended Again for Track Work

Politics Report: A Kinder, Gentler Airport-Transit Debate, second story

55-mph limit returns to Interstate 5 from Encinitas to Carlsbad

Normal Street Promenade project approved, can finally move forward

words HNTB adds transit experts to Santa Ana and Chicago offices

Friday, March 8, 2019

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond Guest Speaker at Republican Club of Ocean Hills Luncheon- March 20

FULL CLOSURE OF NOBEL DRIVE THIS WEEKEND

words After Pearl Harbor, Would We Have Avoided Getting Into World War 2? (blog)

California Coastal Commission Meeting Thursday March 7 2019

HNTB adds transit experts to Santa Ana and Chicago offices

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Highway upgrades promised to voters headed for chopping block with SANDAG facing $10 billion shortfall

La Mesa may loosen restrictions on granny flats, rental units

Interactive map shows crimes around San Diego County

SANDAG Executive Director Discusses New Vision For Transportation

Transit Advocacy Group pushes for measure to fund transit, street repairs

Transportation Groups Explore Half-Cent Sales Tax Increase Ballot Measure

Circulate SD propose MTS ballot measure, could generate $10 billion

Morning Report:: Study Examines What an MTS Ballot Measure Could Buy, seventh story

North County Report: Activists Want to Avoid Being 'Underserved and Undercounted' in Next Census

Circulate San Diego: New Sales Tax Could Raise $10 Billion for Transit Improvements

Transit Advocacy Group pushes for measure to fund transit, street repairs

Meet the Candidates: La Jolla resident Joe LaCava enters 2020 City Council race

Transit and Rail Expert Thomas Jenkins Joins HNTB in Los Angeles

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Uptown Planners vote to give their approval for Normal Street Promenade

Normal Street Promenade Project One Step Closer to Reality

Dockless bikes and scooters in San Diego get new rules in June

Report Imagines What 2020 Tax Measure Could Bring MTS

LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS: Ready to roll? Bike to Work Day: May 16, seventh story

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Dockless bikes and scooters in San Diego get new rules in June

City Council Approves Measure Eliminating Parking Requirements for Some Housing Developments

City Council eliminates parking requirements for new homes near public transit stops

San Diego City Council Votes to Repeal Minimum Parking Requirements for New Housing

Report Shows It Will Take 1,000 Years For Some California Jurisdictions To Meet Affordable Housing Goals

CP&DR News Briefs March 5, 2019: SANDAG Transportation Plan, first story

Monday, March 4, 2019

Editorial | From SANDAG leader Hasan Ikhrata, a bold — and expensive — vision

Report: San Diego public safety cost reach $2.2 billion in 2018

Leucadia 101 project to be tweaked to resolve conflicts with railroad-related plans

Your Opinions | San Diego's streets, Election 2020 and more in Top Comments

Register Now for 29th Annual SANDAG Bike to Work Day

Weekend rail work to necessitate closures along San Diego coast

Politics Report: The Democrats’ New SANDAG Strategy, fourth story

What We Learned This Week

Full Rail Closures Oceanside to San Diego for the Next Two Weekends

Mid-Coast Trolley Construction Update

Study: California Cities Lagging on Low-Income Housing Goals

OPINION: U-T 'news' story a puff piece for SANDAG and mass transit (blog)

Friday, March 1, 2019

Column | San Diego's plans for housing, homeless, transportation run into resistance

George Bailey, East County icon, turns 100

Significant Rail Construction is Planned for North County and San Diego Next Two Weekends

SANDAG warns of overnight closure along I-5

Waze, SANDAG Partner on Carpool Option for Commuters

Southbound Lanes of I-5 at Merge to Close for Trolley Bridge Construction

Bridge work to force overnight I-5 closure through La Jolla

Bridge work to force overnight I-5 closure from I-805 to La Jolla Village

I-5 Closure: Southbound Stretch To Shut Down Over Night

SANDAG Aprueba Nueva Visión de Transporte

Aeropuerto de San Diego Rompe Récord de Pasajeros

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Commentary | Q&A with Hasan Ikhrata, SANDAG executive director

Bridge work to force overnight I-5 closure through La Jolla

Southbound Lanes of I-5 at Merge to Close for Trolley Bridge Construction

Southbound I-5 to Close Overnight in University City for Trolley Work

Study Shows California’s Housing Rules Are Exacerbating Housing Shortage as Crisis Grows

Interactive map: A week of crime in San Diego County

Wednesday. February 27, 2019

A New Day at SANDAG’ as Agency Admits it Must Cut Promised Projects–Because it LIED

More Than $2.2 Billion Spent Countywide on Public Safety in Fiscal Year 2018

First female mayor of San Marcos gives State of the City address

Route 67 widening presentation impresses regional agency

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

SANDAG BOARD UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES DEVELOPMENT OF BOLD NEW TRANSPORTATION VISION

Sandag fined for pumping dirty water into street in Morena area

Environment Report: The Vision for a San Diego Green New Deal

Let the Gravity of the SANDAG Fraud Truly Sink in

Morning Report: Don’t Let the Big SANDAG News Slip By

Your Opinions | Would San Diegans be willing to pay for better roads and mass transit?

Monday, February 25, 2019

Strapped for cash, SANDAG leadership embarks on ambitious new vision for how San Diegans get around

How they voted, Feb. 24

Stabilization, not tunnel, is first priority for vulnerable bluff-top Del Mar tracks

‘A New Day at SANDAG’ as Agency Admits it Must Cut Promised Projects

Morning Report:SANDAG Finally Admits: It Can’t Build Everything Promised in TransNet, third story

Politics Report: County District 2 Race Could Be Amazing, second story

SANDAG Delays Roadmap for ‘Truly Transformative’ Regional Transit Plan

SANDAG Will Delay Transportation Plan Update To Meet Climate Targets

SANDAG Reverses Course On Talmadge Bike Safety Project

Cardiff Living Shoreline Project faces delays, wildlife constraints

Construction to disrupt train service for 2 weekends in March

Friday, February 22, 2019

Commentary | Q&A with Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Dianne Jacob

Mayoral Candidate Cory Briggs Wants Immediate Halt to Phony YIMBY Proposals To Relax Rules on High-Density Development

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Interactive map shows crimes around San Diego County

Encinitas council clings to Leucadia streetscape overhaul

Encinitas to seek court guidance on state-mandated housing plan

Vaus running for county supervisor

Poway Mayor Steve Vaus, Escondido council member Olga Diaz to run for seats on Board of Supervisors

Will you ride? Transit group hopes to collect ridership data

Del Mar officials discuss tunnel project options, future bluff stability

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

San Diego will study possible bridge over I-5 connecting new trolley line to beaches

Poway Mayor Steve Vaus to run for seat on county Board of Supervisors

Will you ride? Transit group hopes to collect ridership data

Mega-ton girder placement over La Jolla Village Drive in San Diego

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

San Diego region way off track to meet state mandates for limiting climate pollution from driving

Video | Time lapse of a mega-ton girder placement over La Jolla Village Drive at Genesee Avenue

Escondido's Grand Avenue enhancement program gets initial funding

How they voted, Feb. 17

Bluff collapse delays train service

Pedestrian Safety Project Completed at Busy North County Intersection

Roundtable: Rethinking Transit In San Diego - Changing San Diego’s transit plan to meet climate goals, first story

Politics Report: About the High Speed Rail, second story

Friday, February 15, 2019

Commentary | How transit hub could be vital step to address housing crisis

La Jolla Village Drive reopened after construction finishes early

Pedestrian Safety Project Completed at Busy North County Intersection

Building Connections: Campus Celebrates Gilman Bridge Opening

San Diego's Blue Line Expands Via $2.1B Mid-Coast Corridor

San Diego Can’t Hit State Climate Goals Without Major Transportation Changes

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