Wednesday, May 22, 2013

You Are Invited! Provide Your Input on the Coastal Rail Trail

The public is invited to a Coastal Rail Trail Workshop on Wednesday, May 29, 2013, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Nobel Recreation Center, 8810 Judicial Drive, San Diego, CA 92121

What is the Coastal Rail Trail Project?

The Coastal Rail Trail (CRT) is a regional project that will establish a multi-use 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 their jurisdiction.

The City of San Diego Coastal Rail Trail Project consists of 10 miles of multi-use trails spanning from Carmel Valley Road on the north to Gilman Drive on the south. This segment of the trail will provide important connections between regional employment centers in Sorrento Valley, UCSD, and University City, residential communities to the north and south, and COASTER stations and future Trolley stations in the project area.

We want your input!

The City is in the early stages of project development and is seeking public input about alternative alignments for the CRT that should be studied as the process moves forward. Please join us to learn more about the project and share your thoughts.

The workshop will be an open house format, with two time-certain presentations at 5:45 and 6:30 p.m. In between presentations, participants will be able to review project information, ask questions, and provide input on alternative alignments to be studied in the next phase of the process.

For more information, please contact Nitsuh Aberra, Project Manager at or (619) 533-4656.


  1. Why is Clairemont never included with City plans for anything? When we are, we are an aftgerthought. Many people who live in Clairemont could go downtown, UCSD,Del Mar, Oceanside ...on the train/trolley. It takes hours to get anywhere on pulbic transportation from Clairemont.(ex. I had a class meeting at Imperial trolley station. It would take me 3 hours to arive by public transporttion.) We pay our taxes, and always get bypassed, or get the services last, which cost much more. I still have phone line in my neighborhood, poor cell reception, pay more for the cell I get in th is area, was the last in the city to get blue trash cans, wh ile other ares had black,blue and green.


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