I-15 demonstrates SANDAG’s wisdom
February 20, 2013 –
Adding four new lanes to Interstate 15 has cut the average commute by a whopping 25 percent compared with a decade ago, the San Diego Association of Governments concluded recently.
New I-15 lanes credited for faster commute
January 31, 2013 –
The sea of cars that descends on Interstate 15 each day between North County and San Diego is no smaller, but at least it's moving faster,
one year after the completion of a $1 billion expansion, officials said Thursday.
I-15 transit hub promised in Sabre Springs
January 15, 2013 –
North County’s Interstate 15 corridor is best known for its flood of freeway traffic, not its mass transit stations. But by next year,
officials say at least one of those transit hubs will stand out as a “destination” for suburbanites who want more options for their commute.
Commuter survey aims to improve I-15 corridor
December 11, 2012 –
Fresh off a $1.4 billion investment to Interstate 15 with expansion and the managed lanes,
transportation experts are trying to make those capital improvements even more effective. NBC 7's Steven Luke reports.
South Bay Expressway on the road to paying off mortgage
December 27, 2012 –
South Bay Expressway users are on track to get off the financial hook for the toll road by the target date 30 years from now,
Chula Vista Mayor Cheryl Cox reports.
South Bay Expressway has lower tolls, greater use
November 9, 2012 –
More motorists are traversing the South Bay Expressway (SR 125) since public ownership brought lower costs to the San Diego County toll road.
Traffic up on South Bay Expressway
August 20, 2012 –
More people are driving State Route 125 this year than the same time last year, thanks in large part to recently lowered tolls.
New agency slashes toll rates on South Bay Expressway
July 5, 2012 –
A California toll road once considered a model for public-private partnerships until the private operator filed for bankruptcy
has new life and a lower set of toll rates.