Airports and Transportation

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The city has identified declining road quality, but has conducted studies to find ways to improve conditions.
Policy No. 900-23 aims to support the governing and development of city streets for all users, not just motorists.
This will make the area the seventh neighborhood in San Diego County to adopt a zero-emission shuttle service.
The project received $4 million in the 2024 fiscal year budget and will include automated license plate recognition technology.
For the first time, air travel is likely to to exceed pre-pandemic numbers.
The project will reach milestones in 2024, 2025, and 2028.
The season will see three new cruises, 100 calls, and passenger volume at a pre-pandemic level.
The study determined how much a worker in San Diego would earn if they spent their commute time working a median-salary job.
The airport expects to see travel levels exceed pre-pandemic traffic.
The new facility near Interstate 5 features 166 parking spaces and info on access points to the San Elijo Lagoon and nearby hiking trails.
This beach city is roughly 45 minutes from downtown San Diego and is perfect for a nearby getaway.
This 70-mile stretch of train tracks now sits mostly abandoned, but it was once a marvelous development that built transportation in an area that seemed impossible.
Hit the road and head to San Diego County’s charming mountain town — we’re sharing all the details about what to do, where to eat and drink, and where to stay.
The fully electric vehicle lets visitors get around Oceanside for $2 per person.
San Diego’s new all-electric vehicle will provide access to Pacific Beach from public transit, connecting at the Balboa Transit Station.
The southbound carpool lanes are now open between Palomar Airport Road in Carlsbad and state Route 78 in Oceanside.
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