Caltrans puts Route 67 median options online
Display boards showing Caltrans’ State Route 67 Median Barrier Feasability Project are online for the public’s review.
Caltrans engineers discussed median options and showed maps and renderings at a public meeting in Ramona on Aug. 23. Options include a concrete barrier, metal barrier, high tension cable barrier and median buffer. Another option is “no build,” meaning no changes would occur.
A median barrier could eliminate a lane where three or four lanes exist and could become inconvenient for those living off Route 67 in the project area as they may not be able to make a left turn from their driveway, said Caltrans officials.
To view the renderings and maps, visit www.dot.ca.gov/dist11/Env_docs/67FeasabilityStudy/index.html.
Public comments will be accepted until Sept. 23 by emailing Ct.public.Information.firstname.lastname@example.org or mailing to Caltrans District Office, 4050 Taylor St., MS-121, San Diego, CA 92110.
As Caltrans accepts comments about proposed median options, San Diego Association of Governments’ September 2012 Regional Transportation Plan Improvement Program shows plans to widen 67 to four lanes from Dye Road in Ramona to Mapleview in Lakeside by 2030. A planner for the regional agency told Ramona Community Planning Group members in 2011 that the project is scheduled to take place between 2021 and 2030.
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