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SANDAG in the News

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, July 12, 2018

North County Business Briefs, July 12

La Jolla Construction Update: Gilman Drive bridge and Mid-Coast Trolley

‘Two Terms Are Enough for Any Sane Person’ (second story)

First Meeting of Audit Committee to be Held Friday- July 13

25 Arrested in East County Operation

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Carmel Valley board hears how gas tax repeal could impact local roads

Participa Gobierno del Estado en reunión técnica de cruces fronterizos (third story)

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

I-5 SB in La Jolla to Close Overnight for Bridge Construction

SANDAG asks staff to be 'ambitious' with RTP draft

Monday, July 9, 2018

San Diego woman aims to plant 1,000 trees

North County Business Briefs, July 5

SANDAG Is Going to Need a New Board Chair (third story)

In Other News (seventh story)

Fanita Ranch Developers Reach Out to Tell Their Story as Slow-Growth Initiative Backers Turn in Signatures

Friday, July 6, 2018

VOSD Podcast: Small Cities Say They've Lost Their Voice at SANDAG

Senator Bates’ legislation for neighborhood electric vehicles combines innovation with convenience

Thursday, July 5, 2018

La Jolla News Nuggets

Se profundiza crisis por la carencia de vivienda accesible y vivienda en general, advierte studio

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Taggers' paradise or slum bait?

Del Mar councilman to forgo re-election bid

Monday, July 2, 2018

New Genesee Avenue overpass in University City includes added lanes, sidewalks and bike paths

Officials Celebrate Completion of Interstate 5/Genesee Avenue Interchange

I-5, Genesee Avenue Interchange Project Complete

I-5 Genesee Avenue Interchange opens in time for holiday travel

New Record for California Median Home Price, Reports C.A.R.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Cap-and-Trade Program Doles $30M to San Diego Projects (fourth story)

San Diego gets $30M for bike paths, walkways

State Council Awards $30 Million For SD Transportation Infrastructure Projects

Report Points To Economic Impact Of San Diego County's Housing Crisis

Water Quality Issues Continue With Silver Strand Closure

Senator Bates’ Legislation Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Combines Innovation with Convenience

Years-Long I-5 Overpass Construction Project in La Jolla Reaches End

Después de varios años completan distribuidor vial

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

East San Ysidro loses the foot traffic

Planners’ Meeting Heats Up Over Housing Numbers for Midway Community Plan

Local employers worry about lack of affordable housing, study finds

Low Employer Satisfaction With San Diego Housing Supply: Study

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Data shows homeless on the move in San Diego

Monday, June 25, 2018

Tijuana steps up efforts to keep sewage out of U.S.

What We Learned This Week

VOSD Podcast: Zero Tolerance at the Border, Explained

Top Stories: June 15-22

Friday, June 22, 2018

SANDAG's Transit Layover Facility Plan Is a Win-Win for the Region

MTS Chair Backs SANDAG’s Bus Facility Plan (second story)

San Diego City Council Approves Bike Implementation Plan

San Diego Bicycle Plan Getting Real: Panel Eyes $312M Bike Network

Multi-million dollar Downtown bus lot proposal called 'huge waste' of taxpayer money

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Reader Rant: ‘Point Loma Cannot Afford More Development Without Infrastructure and Water Improvements’

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

New resident picked for vacant Poway council seat

Caylin Frank, 32, appointed to Poway City Council

SANDAG's Expensive Building Proposal Could Be Obsolete Soon After It's Built

Opinion: SANDAG’s Downtown Plan Is Backward-Looking (fourth story)

Assemblymember Waldron - the I-15 Nightmare

Monday, June 18, 2018

SANDAG Is Playing Developer and Might Have to Take Private Property to Do It

Morning Report: SANDAG Is Flirting With Eminent Domain for New Headquarters

Top Stories: June 8-15

Friday, June 15, 2018

Commentary | Washington wants to build walls. San Diego, Tijuana are building bridges instead.

SANDAG Board Furious About VOSD Story, Calls for Hunt for Leaker

New Signs Installed Along SR-15 to Keep Cars Out of MTS Bus-Only Lanes

Housing target leads to dispute by SANDAG leaders

UC San Diego has earned a STARS Gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

CEQA Case Report: Understanding the Judicial Landscape for Development

Suben expectativa de construcción de vivienda en el condado ante la demanda prevista para la próxima década

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Encinitas wins national Climate Protection Award

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Traffic woes in Santee have developer eyeing ways to help community

Bus rider pet peeves: walking and waiting

Monday, June 11, 2018

SANDAG to consider housing need determination

City Council: SANDAG & Housing, Gateway, Parking Permits, Shuttle to Cays

SANDAG accepts state's determination of housing units for San Diego County

SANDAG accepts state's determination of housing units for San Diego County

SANDAG accepts state housing need determination

SANDAG Accepts State Housing Need Determination

SANDAG Reversal Shows Leadership on Housing

WB Manchester Avenue Closes in Del Mar for Repaving this Weekend

Guest editorial: Every neighborhood needs to do its part to solve homelessness

SANDAG Board Furious About VOSD Story, Calls for Hunt for Leaker (fourth story)

Politics Report: SANDAG Furious (third story)

Chapter 4: SANDAG Housing Drama (fifth story)

What We Learned This Week

Top Stories: June 1-8

SANDAG Increases 10-Year Target for New Homes in Region to 171,000

Gas Tax-Funded Repairs to Interstates 5 and 805 Beginning in South Bay

SPJ San Diego Names 2018 Journalist of the Year (third story)

Friday, June 8, 2018

In Closed Session, Faulconer Blocked Decision on SANDAG’s New Leader

Morning Report: Faulconer Helped Veto SANDAG Board's Pick for New Leader

SANDAG to consider housing need determination

It’s Time to Take the Keys Away from Granddad

Voice of San Diego reporter named Journalist of the Year for 2018 (sixth story)

SD-SPJ 2018 Journalist of the Year announced

Thursday, June 7, 2018

National City set on cutting budget funds for Chamber of Commerce

Manchester Avenue Stretch in Encinitas to Close Over Weekend

Westbound Manchester Avenue closed over the weekend

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

North County Community News, June 6

I-5 Closures for MidCoast Trolley column construction

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

‘Excuse me, but where were you when all this was going on?’

Gas prices fueling interest in Vanpool program

Monday, June 4, 2018

Sections of Interstate 5 scheduled to close overnight

Morning Report: The Engaged Voter’s Guide to the Primary

VOSD Podcast: SANDAG's Wild Weighted Vote

Top Stories: May 25-June 1

Stretch Of Southbound I-5 To Close Sunday Night

District 5 Supervisor race hits final days

Encinitas releases 2017 year in review

Friday, June 1, 2018

Evento Comunitario Reúne Seguridad Sobre Bicicletas y Arte

Líderes Buscan Mejorar Colaboración Para Aprovechar Suministros de Agua

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Southbound I-5 Freeway Scheduled to Close for Construction Work Near La Jolla

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Don't Exclude Mission Beach From Vacation Rental Regs

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Efforts to build housing around transit threaten to price out those most dependent on bus and rail

Politics Report: Big Cities Remembered They Run SANDAG Now

Pepsi (and Red Bull and Coca-Cola, etc) May Kill Chula Vista’s Tax Hike (fourth story)

Verdi crossing gets preliminary design, but construction funding remains uncertain

Friday, May 25, 2018

SANDAG Committee To Receive Overview Of Gas Tax-Funded Trade Corridor Projects

After Public Shaming, SANDAG Has More Bike Project Delays

District 5 Candidate Jim Desmond Says County’s Reserves ‘Are Fine Where They Are’

Why Chula Vista Says It Needs a Second Sales Tax Hike in Two Years

In Other News (sixth story)

District 5 candidates talk issues: homeless, immigration, SANDAG

Be mindful and do not fall prey to Medicare fraud

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Residents: Trolley project makes road unsafe

Dissecting the Sunshine Tax: Would lowering the bar on housing keep costs down in San Diego?

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Editorial | The San Diego Association of NIMBYs

Trolley project construction forces overnight I-5 closures

If We're Serious about Solving Homelessness, Every Neighborhood Needs to Do Its Part

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Mid-Coast Trolley construction forces overnight closures on I-5 through May

Recent and Upcoming Changes to CEQA - BB&K Attorney Amanda Daams Discusses the California Environmental Quality Act in a Riverside Lawyer Article

Monday, May 21, 2018

Carlsbad makes park ranger program permanent

San Diego Transportation Projects Get $312 Million from Gas Tax

Caltrans: San Diego Infrastructure Projects Underway Thanks To Additional Gas Tax Funds

$377M Approved to Fix Roads in San Diego County

County receives $312M in gas tax funds for transportation

Major San Diego County transit projects in works with California gas tax funds

County officials to highlight infrastructure projects funded by gas tax bill

Government officials to highlight local Senate Bill 1 projects

Government officials to highlight local Senate Bill 1 projects

Politics Report: SANDAG Executive Search ... Has to Start Over

Sacramento Getting Mixed Messages From San Diego on Housing (third story)

Powered by pedal on Bike to Work Day

On Board With... Victoria Stackwick

Friday, May 18, 2018

Government officials to highlight local Senate Bill 1 projects

San Diegans Ditch Their Cars For Bike To Work Day

Stops and Starts on Housing Construction (third story)

Major San Diego County transit projects in works with California gas tax funds

County officials to highlight infrastructure projects funded by gas tax bill

Bicycle Injuries Up – Have a Happy ‘Bike to Work Day’ May 17 (fourth story)

Condado da a conocer nuevo mapa interactivo de rutas de bici

San Ysidro Ped East Abrirá en Julio

¡Segundo y cuarto! lugar, ocupan las ciudades de LA y SD, en proliferación de desamparados en EU

Thursday, May 17, 2018

City, Police Preparing for National Bike to Work Day Thursday

Thousands hit San Diego streets for Bike to Work Day

Thousands of San Diegans will bike to work Thursday

County to consider approving addition of 10,000 housing units this year

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Interactive map shows where San Diego County's new voters are — by city, by precinct, by district, by party

Injury bike accidents tick up in city of San Diego

San Diego tiene mapa interactivo de las rutas en bicicleta

Next Round of Local Transportation Planning Grants Include Calaveras & Amador

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Free Map Highlighting 1,500 Miles of Bikeway in San Diego Released

New Interactive Bike Map Released for San Diego County Commute

Del Mar’s downtown revitalization slides into a stall

It's Long Past Time for SANDAG to Start Prioritizing Transit

In Other News (seventh story)

Monday, May 14, 2018

Where is San Diego's gas tax money going?

Longtime SANDAG executive Ken Sulzer dies

Endorsement San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond for San Diego County supervisor

SANDAG Board Asks State To Lower The Bar On Housing

Politics Report: Housing Policy – and a Hiccup – at SANDAG

What We Learned This Week

SANDAG-backed bill promotes neighborhood electric vehicles

This is San Diego's plan to become more bike-friendly

May Is Bike Month

Friday, May 11, 2018

完成全球首次跨制造商车型技术演示, C-V2X商用蓄势待发

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Put MTS Properties to Use as Housing

SANDAG-backed bill promotes neighborhood electric vehicles

One Step Toward Defusing San Diego's Housing Crisis: Easier Granny Flats

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

DA's Office buying 35 cameras to help document domestic violence

District Attorney Buying 35 Cameras to Help Document Domestic Violence

SD District Attorney to buy 35 cameras to help document domestic violence

DA buying 35 cameras to help document domestic violence injuries

Coastal Rail Trail breaks ground in Cardiff to concerns and hopes

Housing crunch: San Diego needs 171,000 new homes by 2029

대중교통 개선 우선순위 당신 의견은?

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Chula Vista’s Measure A Asks For A Sales Tax Bump To Fund Public Safety


Monday, May 7, 2018

Work starts on Coaster station improvements

A Look Into the Future of Housing in San Diego

Coronado Bikes to the Movies (Friday, May 18th in Tidelands Park)

Councilmember Lorie Zapf on her upcoming campaign for District 2

Friday, May 4, 2018

Decision Looms On San Diego's Future Transportation Priorities

Beach replenishment project begins at Fletcher Cove

National Bike Month: Cyclists lobby for more bike lanes in San Diego



Thursday, May 3, 2018

San Diego region to receive $311 million in new gas tax funding

Fletcher Cove Beach Gets a Sandy Makeover

City Heights' freeway-friendly bus stop

Trolley causes four more overnight I-5 closures (first story)


Wednesday, May 2, 2018

San Diego shrinks 'granny flat' fees to spur construction amid housing crisis

Faulconer to trim forestry budget as climate-plan pledge to plant more trees fails to bloom

Eucalyptus trees along Grand Avenue coming down quickly

Plan to Close I-5 Freeway Overnight in University City Postponed

San Diego to Get $311 Million from Gas Tax Threatened by Repeal Effort

State commission recommends $311 million for transportation improvements

SANDAG report says regional crime among lowest in country

San Diego Region in Line to Receive $311 Million in SB 1 Gas Tax Funds (first story)

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Petition to repeal gas tax increase submitted, organizers expect it will qualify for November ballot

Politically Speaking: Republican John Horst Challenging Scott Peters

Construction Begins on Encinitas Segment of the Coastal Rail Trail Bikeway (ninth story)

The state of bicycling in San Diego

CalSTA grants to aid Amtrak, Metrolink

State awards $188.3 million to LOSSAN Agency to enhance Pacific Surfliner Service

Monday, April 30, 2018

Agency holds transportation planning workshops

San Diego County one of the safest regions in the country, crime report says

May 3 job-finding tour to include visit to Taylor Guitars

On the agenda, April 29

San Diego County Board of Supervisors candidate Jim Desmond: The Union-Tribune interview

San Diego County Board of Supervisors candidate Jacqueline Arsivaud: The Union-Tribune interview

San Diego County Board of Supervisors candidate Michelle Gomez: The Union-Tribune interview

San Diego County Board of Supervisors candidate Jerry Kern: The Union-Tribune interview

Traffic Alert: I-5 Freeway to Close for Trolley Line Construction

Sen. Atkins Praises State Funding of San Diego Transit Projects

Beach Sand Replenishment Begins at Fletcher Cove in Solana Beach

Beach sand replenishment effort moves to Solana Beach

Statewide Gas Tax Generates Funds for San Diego Commuter Projects

San Diego awarded funds for zero-emission buses, new IB to Otay Mesa route

Friday, April 27, 2018

SDPD Shares Its License Plate Database With Border Patrol – and Hundreds of Other Agencies

Mountain Lion Crossing: Report Lists Best Places to Lion Watch in So Cal

Thursday, April 26, 2018

New plan aims to revitalize San Diego's sports arena area with housing, parks

Poinsettia Coaster Station’s $34 Million, 2-Year Renovation Begins

North County Report: Encinitas Drops Best Hope of Building Affordable Housing

Traffic board likes Village Shuttle, bikes policy (third story)

The Border Wall Nobody Talks About

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Getting there: Scheduling a ride in advance

National Bike Month kicks off in San Diego

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

SANDAG Holding Public Workshops About The Future Of Local Transportation

North County Coastal Cities Discuss Bike-Share Pilot Program

SANDAG Hosts Meeting on Future of Transportation in our Region: May 30 in El Cajon

Mountain Lion Crossing: New Report Lists Best Places to Lion Watch in So Cal

Monday, April 23, 2018

Decision on Buena Vista Lagoon project likely delayed until summer

On the agenda, April 22

SANDAG Plans 8 Public Meetings on Region’s Long-Term Transportation

Rail Lines to Close During Weekend for Construction Work

Despite Increase In Violent Crime, San Diego Remains Safer Than Other U.S. Cities

Sacramento Report: Bill to Revamp the Airport Authority Gets Dramatically Scaled Back

SANDAG seeking public input on the future of transportation

San Diego County safer than average despite increase in violent crime

SANDAG seeks public input for future transportation planning

Escondido’s Crime Rate Drops Sharply; Fall in Property Crime a Major Factor

SANDAG Criminal Justice Bulletin shows San Diego among safest regions in the country

San Diego considered safe large US city, but elder abuse crimes are up

Report: San Diego is still among nation's safest cities despite rise in violent crime

Violent Crime Up In San Diego County: Report

SANDAG Holding Transportation Planning Workshops

Rail Closure Slated This Weekend From Oceanside To San Diego

Friday, April 20, 2018

San Diego County Transportation Plan Needs Public Input

SANDAG Committee To Hear Crime, Elder Abuse Reports

Abed expands on city’s immigration decision

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Commentary | Think human trafficking doesn't happen in San Diego? Think again.

Poway City Council briefed on new state housing laws

San Elijo Lagoon Restoration Kicks Off

San Diego Struggles With Affordable Housing

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Otay Mesa Port of Entry slated for $122 million upgrade

Your Opinions | Glad someone is watching Gillespie Field’s development council

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

SANDAG settles climate change study lawsuit (sixth story)

Monday, April 16, 2018

Are master-planned communities a development of the past?

SANDAG and SoCal Tribal Chairmen’s Association Convene at 2018 San Diego Regional Tribal Summit

Tribal Leaders Hold Summit with SANDAG

Politics Report: South Bay Beefs

Politics Report: South Bay Ballot Beefs (second story)

Smelly, Murky Water Tied to Lagoon Project

Friday, April 13, 2018

San Diego airport management should stay where it is, not return to the Port

SANDAG Board to Meet with Tribal Leaders at Regional Tribal Summit

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Resolution of San Diego Transportation Lawsuit Sets California-wide Climate Precedent

Landmark Lawsuit Against SANDAG Ends With a Victory for Clean Air

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

‘Bike to Campus Day’ to take place Tuesday

SANDAG ends seven-year legal battle over long-range plan

Monday, April 9, 2018

SANDAG Ends Yearslong Legal Battle, Settles with Environmental Groups

SANDAG, Environmental Groups Settle Legal Battle Over Transportation Plan

SANDAG settles climate change study lawsuit

OB Bike Path Still Closed due to Trolley Construction (fifth story)

Friday, April 6, 2018

Commentary | County Board of Supervisors candidate Jim Desmond on the issues

Vacant Home Story Provoked Hot Takes

The NYPD Wants Everyone’s Licenses for Facial Recognition. How Concerned Should You Be?

Thursday, April 5, 2018

About 5 Percent of San Diego Homes Are Off Limits as Housing

Morning Report: The Homes No One Can Rent

Improvement at Poinsettia Station begins

Build NCC: bike, pedestrian enhancements to improve coastal access, connectivity and mobility

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Construction Underway To Improve Carlsbad’s Poinsettia Station

Improvement Work Flowering at Poinsettia Train Station in Carlsbad

Bad air by the border peaks at night

California Deploys Cameras to Catch Carpool Cheaters

Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Targets Are “Largely Symbolic,” says ARB

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Your Opinions | Airport options: Thoughts on control of San Diego International

Testing high-tech cameras where it counts: aimed at carpool-lane cheaters

Cameras on Bay Area freeway look to catch carpool lane cheaters

Monday, April 2, 2018

Budget Battle Brewing Over San Diego’s Climate Action Plan

Construction Work on Trolley Extension Delays Reopening of Ocean Beach Bike Path

Thank You Coronado

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Current Housing Plans Won't Keep Up With Population Growth by 2050: SANDAG

San Diego Must Prioritize Bikes and Transit to Fulfill Climate Promises

Regional bikeshare program gaining momentum

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

San Diego County Will Be Short of Housing Even If Everything Planned Gets Built

Morning Report: SANDAG Spells Out the Housing Shortage

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Industrial park breaks ground near U.S.-Mexico border

I-5 closures near La Jolla Monday night to Tuesday morning

I-5 closures south of SR 52

Community Plan Update Approved by Midway District Planners

Monday, March 26, 2018

Bridge, Trolley work to close stretch of I-5 near UCSD

In a First, Mexican Foreign Minister Vows Fixes to Tijuana Sewage System

SANDAG Closing Several I-5 Lanes Near La Jolla

Lane closures planned for I-5 today

Interstate 5 Lane Closures Planned

I-5 Lane Closures Planned In San Diego

I-5 lane closures planned near La Jolla

Friday, March 23, 2018

Despite 'challenging times' with U.S. under Trump, Mexico's top diplomat highlights progress

Column | San Diego's highway call boxes fade, but the tax for them stays

Airport Usage Is Up — But Demand to Move and Expand It Is Way Down

Lemon Grove Council Hears Updates on Crime and Emergency Response Times, Complaints Over Cases Against Councilmembers

Don't tell them you are a reporter

Videgaray ve esfuerzo sincero para tener pronta resolución sobre TLCAN

Luis Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Videgaray ve esfuerzo sincero para tener pronta resolución sobre TLCAN

Canciller mexicano ve 'esfuerzo sincero' en resolver negociaciones de TLCAN

Videgaray estará en San Diego, California hoy jueves y mañana viernes

Luis Videgaray ve ‘esfuerzo sincero’ en resolver negociaciones del TLCAN

Videgaray ve 'un esfuerzo sincero' en negociaciones del TLCAN

México no pagará muro en la frontera, afirma Luis Videgaray

Videgaray realiza gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Canciller de México viajará al sur de Estados Unidos para reunirse con autoridades locales

Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Inicia Videgaray gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo por California

Realiza Videgaray gira en San Diego

Que le pregunten al partido porque no fui candidato: Videgaray

Luis Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Canciller de México viaja al sur de EEUU para reunirse con autoridades locales

Thursday, March 22, 2018

These Cities Are Eager to Erase Emails (second story)

SANDAG Rail Projects Awarded $18.9 Million from the California Transportation Commission (seventh story)

Luis Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Luis Videgaray realiza gira por San Diego, California

Videgaray se reunirá con empresarios de San Diego

Videgaray inicia gira de trabajo en San Diego, California

Realiza El Canciller Videgaray Gira De Trabajo En San Diego, California

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Chula Vista plans to revamp F Street

Solana Beach opens the door for affordable housing at city hall

Keep Civic San Diego Alive — for the Benefit of the Whole City

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

I-15 Express Lanes to Close Intermittently for New Signage

Freeway Call Boxes Removed From San Diego Roadways

California Call Boxes Disappearing

Nos urge una nueva garita

프리웨이 콜박스 'Bye'…이용자 급감 철거키로

Monday, March 19, 2018

Editorial | San Diego area leaders have new housing obligations. They need to honor them.

Freeway Call Boxes Going the Way of Pay Phones — Extinct

Freeway call boxes going the way of landline telephones

City Council: Major Changes Proposed for Community Grants

Friday, March 16, 2018

Commentary | Dockless bikes can immediately fill gaps in transit options all over San Diego

Confusion Over Rates, Use of I-15 Express Lanes Prompts Changes

Interstate 15 Express Lanes signs to be replaced at a cost of $1.5 million

San Diego Needs a Lot More Housing Than Planned

Thursday, March 15, 2018

On the Road in Oaxaca

Kapsch to upgrade toll systems for two San Diego highways

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Higher Costs, Delays Threaten Downtown San Diego Bike Network

Lorena to Lindbergh: You’re next!

$3 million in ‘urgent repairs’ needed along rail line on Del Mar bluffs

Tenth anniversary for NCTD Sprinter

Kapsch to Upgrade, Operate, and Maintain the Toll System for two San Diego Regional Highways

Kapsch to Upgrade, Operate, and Maintain the Toll System for two San Diego Regional Highways

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Civic San Diego, SANDAG And Now, The Airport Authority: Gonzalez Fletcher Has A New Bill

SANDAG seeks public members for Audit Committee

San Diego Needs to Build Way More Housing — and Local Leaders Are Freaked

Morning Report: Local Politicians Hiss at State's Housing Demand

Highway MTS Bus Stops, Transit Lanes in Use in Mid-City

Customs and Border Protection details reasons for San Diego border wall testing

Monday, March 12, 2018

How they voted, March 11

SANDAG Sees Little Interest in Audit Committee Openings

San Diego Drifting Left (fourth story)

VOSD Podcast: San Diego Dems Ascending

JXR Constructors, Inc., a Turnkey Construction and Renovations General Contractor has Launched its Newest Residential Design and Home Renovations Division

Friday, March 9, 2018

Port could regain control of airport under Gonzalez Fletcher bill

Veteran council members compete for San Marcos mayor's seat

Rail Work to Close Encinitas Intersection This Weekend, Among Other Projects

SB I-5 closure from I-805 to La Jolla Village Drive Thursday night to Friday morning

Stretch of I-5 south to close overnight for construction

Participa Gobierno del Estado en reunión técnica de cruces fronterizos

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Civic San Diego, SANDAG and Now, the Airport Authority: Gonzalez Fletcher Has a New Bill

Morning Report: Airport Authority on the Chopping Block

Traffic Alert: Southbound I-5 Scheduled to Close for Construction Work in La Jolla Area

Southbound I-5 Closing Overnight For Construction

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Workshops upcoming for proposed senior care facility in Solana Beach

Readers Write: San Diego Legislators Lead the State on Environmental Justice

Chesnut Properties to Break Ground on 1.4 MSF Office Project

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Former Houston mayor shares strategies to help homeless in San Diego County

Your Opinions | San Diego leading the charge of driverless car technology

Encinitas Begins $12.5 Million Renovations for Bike and Foot Paths

Bike and Pedestrian Improvements Underway in Encinitas

Monday, March 5, 2018

Report: Juvenile arrest rates dropped 66 percent since 2007

San Diego’s Singing Bus Driver Auditions For America’s Got Talent

Friday, March 2, 2018

Overnight closure scheduled for Southbound I-5 near La Jolla Village Drive

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Carlsbad sees progress on goals

Buscan agilizar cruces fronterizos Tijuana-San Diego

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Green Party Secretary of State Candidate Floats Unicameral Legislature Idea

La Jolla News Nuggets

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Mayor Bill Wells on the race for 50th Congressional District

Monday, February 26, 2018

SANDAG property deals include $11 million for 410 parking spots

Overcoming barriers to hiring, even in a strong job market

San Diego Celebrates New Freeway-Level Transit Stations

Community Celebrates Region’s First Freeway-Level Transit Stations (eighth story)

Friday, February 23, 2018

Plan for Grand Avenue progresses

Safety efforts expanded for Bike to Work Day

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Candidate Jim Desmond wants more housing, more attention to infrastructure

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

SANDAG wants another month to review Buena Vista Lagoon project

Should Hillcrest Have More Parking Spots or Safer Bicycle Lanes?

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells announces run for Congress

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells Announces Candidacy for Congress Against Incumbant Duncan Hunter

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

How they voted, Feb. 18

Latest In Effort to Build Bikeway Around San Diego Bay Opens in National City

Latest Section of Bayshore Bikeway Opens in National City

Mayor Ron Morrison talks Bayshore Bikeway extension in National City

Move I-15 Through Temecula Valley Regional Task force holds first official meeting

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Why not City Heights?

CityWeek: New police chief, new gun laws and no new bike lanes

Poinsettia Station to get rail improvements

La Jolla Planners hear update on trail bridge, bike lanes, sidewalk install

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Gift Creates Opportunities for Future San Diego Leaders

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Report finds San Diego's progress on climate plan transportation goals illusory

Monday, February 12, 2018

How they voted, Feb. 11

On the agenda, Feb. 11

CTC awards $96 million to 11 California rail projects

Friday, February 9, 2018

Coronado Transportation Plan Proposes Roundabouts for Safer Cycling

Thursday, February 8, 2018

City breaks ground for new Rose Creek Bikeway

SANDAG Budget Has More Delays For Priority Bike Projects

SANDAG opens new rail bridge over San Diego River

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

New rail bridge opens over San Diego River in California, US

Pot Legalization Brings 'The Resistance' to San Diego's Top Law Enforcement Races

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

New train bridge over San Diego River part of billion-dollar effort to improve coastal rail service

New railroad bridge over San Diego River opens

New bridge over San Diego River opens for trains

SANDAG opens new San Diego River rail bridge

Monday, February 5, 2018

Residents unhappy about Carlsbad airport improvement plans

On the agenda, Feb. 4

Your Opinions | San Diego's commuting options: It's complicated

First train crosses new San Diego River bridge

First bridge in San Diego River Double Track project opens

Work Begins on Bicycle Lanes at Encintias Blvd. and Santa Fe Dr.

How we travel is changing – and San Diego among others is in the driver's seat

Friday, February 2, 2018

Column | San Diego's transportation woes mount. Don't count on Trump to help

Residents weigh in on SANDAG

Group pushes back on lagoon plan

Overnight construction keeping people up in University City

Thursday, February 1, 2018

As car ownership increases among the poor, transit ridership falls

Kick it in gear, San Diego

Kellogg Park ‘Map’ to be replaced by year’s end in La Jolla Shores

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

San Diego's infrastructure: How much will the Trump plan deliver locally?

Sandag causes my property to flood

Santee priorities in mayor’s State of the City address

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

… But New Bike Paths Have to Wait (sixth story)

Progress Report Shows SANDAG Projects Ahead of Schedule

The Border Economy Works in Spite of Trump

Monday, January 29, 2018

SANDAG slow out the gate on $200 million bike lane network

SANDAG faces nearly $20 billion shortfall for transportation projects

San Diego's infrastructure funding gap grows by $310M

Buena Vista Lagoon’s Future Still Unclear

Construction to Begin on Encinitas Blvd. and Santa Fe Dr.

Capital Improvement Projects Top Santee’s Priorities

Tijuana y San Diego apuestan por movilidad

Friday, January 26, 2018

Bike path extension started at Rose Creek

Meeting on whether to open Buena Vista Lagoon to sea rescheduled after agency deluged with feedback

Make way for Mid-Coast Trolley Line down Genesee Ave. in La Jolla

Construction Underway for Rose Creek Bikeway

SANDAG Busca Nuevo Director Ejecutivo

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Rose Creek Bikeway breaks ground as part of $200 million campaign

County's only freshwater lagoon may be opened to sea

Groundbreaking ceremony set for Rose Creek Bikeway

“Safeguard Our San Diego Countryside” Initiative Launched to Control Development

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

SANDAG Community Engagement Meeting Moves to East County For Public Input Tonight in Santee

Monday, January 22, 2018

State education board denies Alpine's bid for a high school

Morning Report: Big Change at MTS

Fanita Ranch Developers Revamp Design to Build More Houses and Open Space

Experts offer forecast on local economy for 2018 and beyond

Friday, January 19, 2018

Is still expanding local economy headed for a slowdown?

Kearny Mesa: The next Little Italy?

Sign of the Times: Progressive Gomez Takes Over at Stodgy MTS

Crews Break Ground In New Phase Of San Diego Trolley Expansion Project

Viaduct Work Begins on 11-Mile Trolley Route to University City

Mid-Coast trolley begins construction on new phase in University City

New phase of construction begins for Mid-Coast Trolley

Crews begin work on elevated railway for Blue Line trolley extension

Next phase in massive San Diego trolley expansion project begins in University City

Women's March 2018: How to get downtown

Comienza la siguiente fase de la expansión del tranvía en el centro

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Crews Begin Next Phase of Trolley Expansion to San Diego's '2nd Downtown'

Mid-Coast trolley begins construction on new phase in University City

SANDAG’s Public Search for Its New Leader (fifth story)

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

SANDAG To Hold Public Forums To Find New Executive Director

SANDAG seeks public input on next executive director

SANDAG seeks public input in search for new executive director

SANDAG Holds Public Forums To Find New Executive Director

American Council of Engineering Companies of California Hands Out Awards

Major Changes Made to Shuttle Routes in Response to Construction

Hotel union compensates Briggs, GOP lobbyist

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Will century-old Impossible Railroad finally thrive, delivering billions in economic activity?

Carlsbad presents Tamarack plans to residents

Coronado Seniors Out & About Program

Friday, January 12, 2018

County delivers update on Alpine community

Thursday, January 11, 2018

$61 Million Spent On SANDAG’s Bike Program; Only 4 Miles Completed


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Housing boom reshaping Santee

Revitalization of Casa de Oro: Valle de Oro Planning Group Approves Proposal

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Build NCC – Preserving and Enhancing the Coastal Environment

SD Small Business Owner Sues SANDAG for Flooding

Monday, January 8, 2018

SANDAG Seeks Independent Members for Audit Committee in Wake of Scandal

MTS Getting New Leadership

Friday, January 5, 2018

Del Mar councilman to chair SANDAG board

Housing tops 2017 stories

Effort underway to repeal gas tax increase

Flipping Back Through 2017 — Point Loma stadium lights, airplane noise and homeless among issues covered in Peninsula Beacon

Civil Engineering Vet Brett Jones Named Parsons Business Devt VP

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Pedestrian projects receive lukewarm council reception

Annual jackpot will go to mayor Kevin Faulconer

La Jolla News Nuggets

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Editorial | 18 things to watch in San Diego in 2018

SANDAG makes more than $30 million in grants available to fund smart growth and bike/pedestrian projects

Studies show roundabouts promote traffic safety

Looking Back At 2017 - Looking Forward To 2018

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