Why is the City conducting the CMLS
A comprehensive plan is needed to determine the location of the various improvements proposed for the rail corridor including: Coastal Rail Trail, Leucadia Streetscape, Drainage Improvements, Pedestrian Rail Crossings, crossing improvements and a quiet zone. More efficient ways to meet parking demand and mobility needs are necessary, particularly as the coastal business districts draw more users. More investment is needed to improve pedestrian and bicycle travel in Encinitas. The City has entered into contracts with three different firms to perform the studies. City staff worked with each to coordinate the overall effort.
CMLS Supporting Material
A comprehensive repository of relevant documents is presented below to provide further details and background information.
Active Transportation Plan (ATP)
Coast Highway 101 Streetscape
Coastal Rail Trail
Local and Community Plans and Information
- Parking Study - powerpoint presentation to the CMLWG on Sep. 7, 2016
- Previous Parking Studies:
Rail Corridor Vision Study Grant
Regional Plans and Information
San Elijo Lagoon
- Video of our LOSSAN Rail Corridor and areas adjacent (Vulcan Avenue/San Elijo Avenue and Coast Hwy 101):
- Video of Wayside Horn Testing in San Clemente (2010) and Del Mar in (2010)
Wayside Horn and Quiet Zones