Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Phase 3 Workshop May 29
The Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Improvement 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 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 City completed Phase II last fall and is moving forward as a followup to the concepts that met with positive public support presented at the Phase II Final Report to City Council in September, 2018. The output of the current fully funded Phase III will be shovel-ready plans for the City of Solana Beach to provide quick turnaround for available County, State, and Federal funding opportunities. One of the initial steps is public outreach via a Workshop scheduled for Wednesday, May 29, 6 pm at City Hall. All residents are encouraged to attend. Click here for the City’s announcement.