Rose Creek Bikeway - Notices

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Construction activities are underway on the Rose Creek Bikeway as part of the agreement between SANDAG and Mid-Coast Transit Constructors to build this project in conjunction with the Mid-Coast Trolley. Learn more about Mid-Coast Trolley construction at KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/MidCoastNotices

Notices

Article: San Diego Community News Group: "Rose Creek Bikeway still Plagued by Graffiti, Trash, Encampments" (Posted 08/06/21)

Article: PB Monthly: "The New Rose Creek Bikeway is a Hit with Bicyclists, Pedestrians" (Posted 07/06/21)

Article: CBS News 8: "Rose Creek Bikeway ready to ride" (Posted 06/16/21)

Article: San Diego Bicycle Coalition: "Rose Creek Bikeway opens between University City and Pacific Beach" (Posted 05/27/2021)

Article: Fox 5 News: "Rose Creek Bikeway opens between University City, Pacific Beach" (Posted 05/27/2021)

News Clip: NBC 7 San Diego: "Rose Creek Bikeway Opens" (Posted 05/27/21)

Article: Times of San Diego: "Civic Leaders Open Rose Creek Bikeway Between University City and Pacific Beach" (Posted 05/26/2021)

Article: NBC 7 San Diego: "Leaders Open Rose Creek Bikeway Between University City and Pacific Beach" (Posted 05/26/2021)

Article: ABC 10 News: "Rose Creek Bikeway opens between University City and Pacific Beach" (Posted 05/26/2021)

Eblast: The Rose Creek Bikeway is Now Open! (Posted 05/26/21)

News Clip: Fox 5 News: "New Rose Creek Bike Path Opens" (Posted 05/26/21)

News Clip: ABC 10 News: "Rose Creek Bikeway Opens" (Posted 05/26/21)

News Clip: NBC 7 San Diego: "Rose Creek Bikeway" (Posted 05/26/21)

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update - April 2021 (Posted 04/09/21)

Santa Fe Street Traffic Shift: Beginning Tuesday, February 16, and continuing for approximately three weeks, traffic changes will be in effect on Santa Fe Street for crews to pave the Rose Creek Bikeway. Impacts will be in place between Karl Strauss Brewing Company and Jaguar Coventry Cars of San Diego. One lane will remain open at all times, and flaggers will be present to direct traffic. Driveway impacts are anticipated but access will be maintained. Work hours will be Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. (Posted 02/12/21)

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Facebook post: Rose Creek Bikeway paving to occur on Santa Fe Street Feb. 16-19 (Posted 02/11/21)

Tweet: Rose Creek Bikeway paving to occur on Santa Fe Street Feb. 16-19 (Posted 02/11/21)

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update - January 2021 (Posted 01/11/21)

SANDAG Region E-Newsletter: Rose Creek Bikeway to be Completed Early Next Year (Posted 11/06/20) 

GO by BIKE “Fall” Newsletter: Rose Creek Bikeway Nearing Completion (Posted 10/16/20) 

Santa Fe Street Traffic Shift and Parking Changes: On Monday, October 19, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., a traffic shift will be in place on Santa Fe Street as crews restripe the roadway between Karl Strauss Brewing Company (5965 Santa Fe Street) and Coventry Cars of San Diego (5097 Santa Fe Street), to accommodate construction of the Rose Creek Bikeway. Following the traffic shift, Santa Fe Street will be in its final alignment and parking on the west side of the street will be removed permanently. Flaggers will be in place to direct motorists. Please use caution when traveling in the area and follow signage. (Posted 10/16/20)

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Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update - June 2020 (Posted 06/24/20)

GO by BIKE “Spring” Newsletter: Progress Continues on the Rose Creek Bikeway (Posted 05/13/20) 

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update - March 2020 (Posted 03/03/20)

GO by BIKE “Winter” Newsletter: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Continues (Posted 01/09/20) 

GO by BIKE “Summer” Newsletter: Progress on the Rose Creek Bikeway Continues (Posted 09/20/19) 

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update - July 2019 (Posted 07/12/19)

Santa Fe Street Parking Reductions: Within the next two weeks, crews will begin removing parking on the east side of Santa Fe Street, between Karl Strauss Brewing Company and Jaguar Coventry Cars of San Diego, in preparation for construction of the Rose Creek Bikeway. Work hours will generally be 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., but night and weekend work may also be required. Street parking will be permanently removed between 5959 Santa Fe Street and 5097 Santa Fe Street. A portion of the parking, between 5965 and 5985 Santa Fe Street, will be restored in 2020. Off-street parking will be maintained. View additional information. (Posted 06/11/19)

Santa Fe Street Parking Reductions: Within the next month, crews will begin the permanent removal of parking on the west side of Santa Fe Street, between Karl Strauss Brewing Company (5965 Santa Fe Street) and Coventry Cars of San Diego (5097 Santa Fe Street), in preparation for construction of the Rose Creek Bikeway. Portions of Santa Fe Street will be intermittently reduced to a single lane to accommodate construction. Access to businesses will be maintained. View additional information. (Posted 03/22/19) 

Mission Bay Drive Lane Reductions: Starting the week of October 15, there will be lane reductions and traffic controls in place on southbound Mission Bay Drive, near the intersection of Damon Street. Work will occur from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. and last approximately two weeks. Northbound and southbound Mission Bay Drive will be reduced to one lane while crews pour concrete for a portion of the bike path slab for the Rose Creek Bikeway. Flaggers will be present to help direct traffic. Please expect some noise and use extra caution when traveling near the work area. View additional information. (Posted 10/11/18)

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Construction Update (Posted 10/12/18)

Rose Creek Bikeway Bridge Installation - Work to Continue August 2: Due to unexpected delays, work to install a bridge for the Rose Creek Bikeway will continue on Santa Fe August 2, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Motorists and cyclists can expect temporary traffic controls and delays on Santa Fe Street. Flaggers will be present, and one lane of traffic will remain open for the duration of the work. Thank you for your patience, and please use caution when traveling near construction zones. Update: Work to Continue August 6: Due to unexpected delays, work to install a bridge for the Rose Creek Bikeway will continue on Santa Fe August 6, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Posted 08/01/18; updated 08/06/18)

Temporary Delays on Santa Fe Street Scheduled for Rose Creek Bikeway Bridge Installation (Posted 07/30/18)

Rose Creek Bikeway Bridge Installation: On Tuesday, July 31, and Wednesday, August 1, construction crews will install a bridge for the Rose Creek Bikeway near Santa Fe Street, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. To accommodate this work, motorists and cyclists can expect temporary traffic controls and delays on Santa Fe Street. Flaggers will be present, and one lane of traffic will remain open for the duration of the work. Please use caution when traveling near construction zones. View a visual simulation of the new bridge. (Posted 07/27/18)

Eblast: Rose Creek Bikeway Project Update (Posted 01/26/18)

SANDAG Begins Work on Bikeway Linking University City and Downtown San Diego (Posted 1/25/18)

Rose Creek Bikeway Construction to Start this Winter (Posted 12/22/17)

Preliminary construction of the Rose Creek Bikeway is scheduled to begin in January 2018. Initial work will include clearing and removing vegetation in the construction area near the creek between Santa Fe Street and I-5. Major construction, which will begin in June 2018, will include construction of the trail, under-crossings and a bridge. Project completion is anticipated in spring 2020. View additional information. 

Eblast: Please join us for the Rose Creek Bikeway groundbreaking! (Posted 01/22/18)

Construction Staging Near Santa Fe Street and Damon Avenue Starts Fall 2017 (Posted 08/30/17)

Final Mitigated Negative Declaration

SANDAG, as lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), has prepared a Final Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for the Rose Creek Bikeway project. The Draft MND was available for a 30-day public review from December 15, 2015 to January 14, 2016. After completion of the public review period, modifications were made to the Draft MND and it was recirculated for an additional 30-day public review from April 7, 2016 to May 9, 2016. The Final MND and Mitigation and Monitoring Reporting Program (MMRP) for the Rose Creek Bikeway were adopted by the SANDAG Board of Directors on May 27, 2016.

Final Mitigated Negative Declaration
Appendix A - Visual Impact Assessment
Appendix B - Air Quality Greenhouse Gas Analysis
Appendix C - Natural Environment Study
Appendix D.1 - Historic Property Survey Report and Archaeological Survey Report
Appendix D.2 - Supplemental Historic Property Survey Report for the Damon Avenue Staging Area
Appendix E - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Appendix F - Aerial Deposited Lead Study
Appendix G - Water Quality Technical Report
Appendix H - Preliminary Hydrology Analysis
Appendix I - Location Hydraulic Study
Appendix J - Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program
Appendix K - Responses to Comments

Study Reports

Coastal Rail Trail Project Study Report, October 2000 (Posted 5/20/14)

Coastal Rail Trail Project Study Report Alignment Concept Plan for Cities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, and San Diego (Posted 5/20/14)

Please note that some of these files are large and may require additional time to download.

Prior Community Workshops and Events

You can learn more about the Rose Creek Bikeway project by viewing the presentation materials shared at past community meetings and events

Contact

GO by BIKE Public Outreach
401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101
Toll-Free Construction Hotline:
1 (833) 899-BIKE / 1 (833) 899-2453

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