FACILITIES DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
April 13, 2017
Construction of the Mid-Coast Light Rail Project began in September of 2016 and will continue through 2021. The Mid-Coast Light Rail Project will expand transportation capacity in the corridor to accommodate existing and future travel demand, particularly for peak-period commute trips. Once completed, the trolley extension will provide an effective campus commuting alternative, reduce roadway congestion, improve public transit services, and better connect the mid-coast corridor with areas of San Diego County served by existing trolley routes.
As part of the Mid-Coast Light Rail Transit Project, a portion of Gilman Drive will be utilized by Mid-Coast Transit Constructors (MCTC) to stage materials and equipment, to construct columns for the elevated trolley guideway, and to perform various underground utility tie-in’s. To accommodate MCTC in this area, a detour will be constructed through the east side of parking lot P406 for vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians. This work will begin in the last week of April 2017.
Immediate Parking Lot, Street Traffic, and Pedestrian Impacts:
Please view the area map:
For more project information please view SANDAG’s links at:
Bus schedule: http://511sd.com/transit
For future Trolley information view:
If you have any questions, please contact Facilities Design & Construction Principal Architect Greg Coghill at email@example.com or 858.822-6849 or Project Specialist Mary Alice Lorio at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858-534-2981. We greatly appreciate your patience during these particularly disruptive construction activities.