City to host workshop on coastal trail project near La Jolla on May 29

An existing stretch of the Coast Rail Trail in Solana Beach. Courtesy
An existing stretch of the Coast Rail Trail in Solana Beach. Courtesy
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An existing stretch of the Coast Rail Trail in Solana Beach. Courtesy

The City of San Diego will host a public workshop to seek input on its Coastal Rail Trail (CRT) project 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 29 at the Nobel Recreation Center, 8810 Judicial Drive in University Town Center.

The public is encouraged to attend the workshop to learn about the project and offer comments on alternative alignments to be considered.

The CRT project will establish a multi-use bike and pedestrian trail to better connect the coastal cities of Oceanside, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach and San Diego. Each City is responsible for constructing the segment of the CRT that falls within its jurisdiction.

The project includes 10 miles of trail spanning from Carmel Valley Road on the north to Gilman Drive on the south. This segment will provide connections between regional employment centers in Sorrento Valley, UC San Diego and University City, residential centers to the north and south, and Coaster stations and future trolley stops in the area.

For more information, contact Nitsuh Aberra at

naberra@sandiego.gov

or (619) 533-4656.

--Staff Reports

   
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