NEW: Traffic and Safety Impact Assessment Published October 29
SANDAG published a Traffic and Safety Impact Assessment for the project on October 29, 2018. Preparation of this assessment is required before the SANDAG Board of Directors can make a determination that the proposed project is exempt from CEQA under Public Resources Code Section 21080.20.5.
SANDAG hosted an open house and public hearing for the Border to
Bayshore project on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, where attendees were
invited to learn more about the project and provide written and verbal
comments. As part of the project’s environmental review process, written
responses to the written and verbal comments received at the November 13, 2018 open house and public hearing were provided to the SANDAG Transportation Committee,
which approved the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) exemption for
the project at its December 14, 2018, meeting. Please see Agenda Item #6,
beginning on page 28.
Open House and Public Hearing held November 13, 2018
Materials from the Open House and Public Hearing can be viewed on our Get Involved tab.The following notices were distributed prior to the Open House and Public Hearing:
Prior Community Workshops and Events
You can learn more about the Border to Bayshore Bikeway by viewing the presentation materials shared at these recent community group presentations and events.
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Alison Moss, AICP
SANDAG Project Manager
401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101