SANDAG – Working Together to Develop the 2021 Regional Plan
The following information was shared with the Mission Hills Parking Advisory Committee from SANDAG regarding the 2021 Regional Plan:
Spotlight on partner collaboration
SANDAG continues to work closely with community partners and regional stakeholders to gather input and feedback in development of the 2021 Regional Plan. We recently held workshops with a number of stakeholders, such as the Community-Based Organizations Working Group and Regional Planning Technical Working Group, as we collectively work toward the goal of creating a faster, fairer, and cleaner transportation system for the San Diego region.
View resources from recent SANDAG workshops:
On November 4, SANDAG also presented the region’s data-driven vision to state partners at a joint meeting of the California Air Resources Board, California Transportation Commission, and California Department of Housing and Community Development to further collaborate on ways to achieve our mobility, housing, and climate goals.
Ongoing engagement with a wide variety of stakeholders—from crossborder partners to neighboring counties; military partners to tribal governments; and community members to local, state, and federal agencies—is a valuable and important part of the development process.
Join us for a Vision Lab community chat session
The project team regularly holds virtual community chat sessions as an opportunity for open discussion with you and fellow community members. You’re invited to join us at an upcoming session to discuss your questions and walk through available tools and resources for better understanding the vision for the 2021 Regional Plan.
Spanish-speaking staff are available in each session. Registration is required to attend the webinars.
Click on an upcoming session to reserve your seat:
A vision for a faster, fairer, and cleaner transportation system
The vision for the 2021 Regional Plan is a long-term blueprint for future investment in San Diego region, developed through data-driven analysis and with input from residents and stakeholders. The vision aims to create a transformative transportation system that gets you to where you need to go more quickly, provides equal access to basic needs, and complies with state environmental rules that weren’t around just a few years ago.
The vision builds on the previous direction provided by the SANDAG Board of Directors—including the priorities the board set in July 2019 to continue work on the 5 Big Moves and Complete Corridors, and to prioritize work in corridors previously identified for funding, such as State Route 78, State Route 52, the Purple Line, and others.
Start exploring the vision today with our interactive data viewer and mapping tool (Español). In the tool, scroll through the sections to learn about the data-driven development process, view proposed projects, and imagine possibilities for our region’s transportation future.