The plan to give the south bay residents steady entries and exits onthe way through the I-805 drive lands moves ahead in the middle of a long project line up. Still not fully done, the I-805 express lanes project will take 1.4 billion dollars to complete in Chula Vista.
Eight miles of carpool lanes from East Palomar Street to the highway 94 willmake transit convenient only after all riders can arrive at their destinations. Late 2014, locals can choose touse the highway and streets the netire way, or use the transit station and park and ride workers built at East Palomar Street. Without busy traffic making the I-805 corridor unstable, and unsafe. This year, work gotunderway on the support walls that divide the south bay landscape from the busy traffic.
Drivers using the direct acces ramp at East Palomar Street can drive the interstate freeway without the safety guards until the work finally grinds to a halt. The growing south bay population will change the average traffic mix and keep the local traffic flowing.
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