Central Mobility Hub and Connections Project – Feedback requested by June 18, 2021
The following information was provided to the Mission Hills BID by the Central Mobility Hub and Connections Project Team at SANDAG and Caltrans. The team is requesting public feedback.
Thank you for joining us!
Thank you for participating in the virtual public workshop for the Central Mobility Hub and Connections Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan, held Monday, June 7, 2021. SANDAG and Caltrans appreciate your interest in the project and value your input.
During the meeting, we provided an update on input received so far and an overview of proposed transportation solutions for the corridor. We encourage you to continue to engage with us via our virtual engagement site in English or Spanish, where you can leave comments and provide feedback via our survey and interactive map. Please note that comments must be submitted by Friday, June 18, 2021.
If you were unable to join the virtual meeting, a recording of the workshop is available on our virtual engagement site.
About the Project
SANDAG and Caltrans are developing 11 data-driven Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plans that offer solutions to reduce congestion, support climate action initiatives, generate more transportation choices, and increase access for residents, commuters, visitors, and goods movement.
The Central Mobility Hub and Connections Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan will propose transportation solutions in the area of San Diego International Airport and the surrounding communities, focusing on the proposed development of the Central Mobility Hub. Communities in the corridor study area include the Midway District, Old Town San Diego, Downtown San Diego, and parts of Point Loma. Major transportation facilities to be studied include Interstate 5, Interstate 8, Pacific Highway, other major transportation connections, and the Central Mobility Hub with a direct transit connection to San Diego International Airport.