SANDAG will host workshops across the San Diego region to allow the public to learn more about future transportation improvements in their neighborhoods.

Every four years, SANDAG creates a Regional Plan that serves as a blueprint for the region’s growth, including where people will live and how they will move around. The draft 2025 Regional Plan aims to make the area’s transportation system more convenient, healthy, safe, and equitable.

SANDAG collaborates with the region’s 18 cities, the County of San Diego, local, state, and federal government agencies, community-based organizations, and the public to develop this vision.

Significant benefits of the draft 2025 Regional Plan include:

  • Projects that connect people to transportation, jobs, and education
  • Strategies to improve air quality
  • Solutions backed by data and public input

SANDAG encourages community members to join upcoming workshops:

South County (Chula Vista)

Tuesday, August 29, 5:30-7 p.m.

New Directions: Chula Vista Community Collaborative Space

348 L Street, 91911

East County (El Cajon)

Wednesday, September 20, 5:30-7 p.m.

Red Shield Community Center

1025 E Main Street, 92021

City of San Diego (City Heights)

Wednesday, August 23, 5:30-7 p.m.

Price Philanthropies

4305 University Avenue, Ste 640, 92105

County Unincorporated (virtual)

Tuesday, September 26, 5:30-7 p.m.

Spanish interpretation will be provided at every meeting. For arrangements in other languages, including ASL, contact at least three business days before the event.

At the SANDAG workshops, childcare and food (while supplies last) will be provided. After a short presentation about local projects and programs, attendees can

· Learn how community feedback is used in the Regional Plan process

· Give personal feedback on transportation considerations · Explore upcoming transportation projects in the works

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