Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Feasibility Study
The Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Feasibility Study Project is a planning project to provide a roadmap for the future of Lomas Santa Fe as the primary east-west artery through Solana Beach. The project study area for the Lomas Santa Fe Drive Feasibility Study extends from Sierra Avenue on the west side of Highway 101 (where the roadway is called Plaza Street) to Highland Drive at the City’s eastern boundary. The City’s goal for the Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Feasibility Study is to identify physical improvements that could be constructed to improve the character, safety, walkability, bikeability and circulation along this key east-west arterial through the City of Solana Beach. The Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Feasibility Study Project is in part a follow up to the City’s 2015 Comprehenseive Active Transportation Strategy where segments along Lomas Santa Fe were identified with high priority for improving the usefulness, safety and enjoyment for all road users using this key transportation corridor.
To visit the City’s website, see more detail on some of the initial ideas, and to provide your comments to the City, please CLICK HERE. Comments are due by June 23, 2017.
The output of the study will provide more details on what can be accomplished, provide costing estimates and funding sources for future improvements to the Lomas Santa Fe Corridor.