Construction of Build NCC, the first package of projects being constructed as part of the 40-year North Coast Corridor (NCC) Program, began in 2017 and will continue through 2021. Below is a detailed list of each project’s schedule and budget. Build NCC is estimated to cost approximately $700 million with funding available from a combination of federal, state, and regional TransNet revenue sources.

Highway Projects

Schedule:

One HOV/carpool lane in each direction from Lomas Santa Fe to Birmingham Dr.

Construction Completion: 2021

 

San Elijo Lagoon Highway Bridge Replacement

Construction Completion: 2021

 

Manchester Ave. Multi-use Facility

Construction Completion: 2021

 

Devonshire Dr. Privacy Wall

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Lomas Sante Fe D. to SR 78 Sound Walls

Construction Begins: 2019

 

One HOV/carpool lane in each direction from Birmingham Dr. to Palomar Airport Rd.

Construction Begins: Late 2018

 

Auxiliary lanes in each direction between Manchester Ave. and Birmingham Dr.

Construction Completion: 2021

 

Budget:

$480 million

Rail Projects

Schedule:

San Elijo Lagoon Double Track Project

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Chesterfield Drive Rail Crossing Improvement Project

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Batiquitos Lagoon Double Track Project

Construction Begins: TBD

           

Budget:

$102 million

Bike, Pedestrian and Community Enhancements Projects

Schedule:

San Elijo Lagoon Highway Bike/Ped Suspension Bridge

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Manchester Ave. to Birmingham Dr. Bike Connection

Construction Completion: 2019

 

San Elijo Lagoon Rail Pedestrian Undercrossing

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Chesterfield Drive Rail Crossing Improvement Project

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Santa Fe Dr. Interchange Bike/Pedestrian Upgrades

Construction Completion: 2019

 

Encinitas Blvd. Interchange Bike/Pedestrian Upgrades

Construction Completion: 2019

Budget:

$40 million

Environmental Enhancements Projects

Schedule:

San Elijo Lagoon Restoration

Construction Completion: 2021

Budget:

$80 million

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