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Grant Secured for Townsite “Complete Street” Project

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Vista, CA — The City received a $4 million grant to build sidewalks, traffic circles, bike lanes and crosswalks on Townsite and W. Los Angeles Drives. The infrastructure project is located along the entire length of Townsite Drive, W. Los Angeles drive between N. Santa Fe  Avenue and Waxwind Drive and N. Santa Fe Avenue between California Avenue and Bobier Drive.

The City of Vista submitted a grant for the entire length of Townsite Drive and other streets in July, 2018. The State Active Transportation Program funding will be used for the Townsite Drive “Complete Street” project grant to also construct curb extensions, high visibility crosswalks, green bike lane extensions through intersections and two mid-block pedestrian traffic signals on N. Santa Fe Avenue.

Last year, the City held community workshops to gather input  on safe pedestrian access. As the project moves forwards, more information will be posted.

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Engineering Department
760.639.6111

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  1. Mary Lynch says:

    So it will be 2 lanes instead of 4! That is not common sense when it comes to traffic! With all the apartments, condos, townhomes etc. that haven’t even broken ground the traffic is already crazy. When they reduced the 4 lanes to 2 on Santa Fe to put in roundabouts and parking it has been so congested during morning and afternoons. Really what are you thinking or are you?

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