San Diego County gas prices drop for 13th time in 14 days
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped Thursday for the 13th time in the last 14 days, decreasing two-tenths of a cent to $4.871. The average price has dropped 8.8 cents over the past 14 days, including...
San Diego Transit Goon Must Be Stopped. Here's How !
On Friday, the Executive Director at SANDAG, Hasan Ikhrata will have his performance review. If you're like us and feel this clown needs to go, this is your chance to weigh in. Below is all the information on how to voice your opinion. San Diego Supervisor Jim Desmond talked to...
San Diego River flooding causes road closures
Some roads are still closed Wednesday as minor flooding is expected.
Fixing the 78 Freeway
You probably know by now, but last week a significant sinkhole developed on State Route 78, which has caused havoc for commuters in North County. The closure began on March 17th and has now been extended at least through the rest of the week. While thousands of San Diegans have been affected, SANDAG continues to disregard the voters’ wishes and fund SR-78.
New high-rise apartment building in Hillcrest brings parking concerns
SAN DIEGO — A new high-rise apartment building is under construction where a landmark restaurant used to be on 6th Avenue. Viewers reached out to CBS 8 with concerns about how this new development will impact parking. “I’m concerned about traffic. I’m concerned about parking,” said Eleanor Jacobs. “It’s...
Flooding impacts traffic in low lying, poor drainage areas
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Minor flooding in low-lying and poor drainage areas and dangerous flows over low-water crossings created driving hazards on Tuesday across San Diego. Remember, don’t try to cross flooded roadways on foot, on bikes, or in cars. KUSI’s Teresa Sardina went live with details.
Roads closed around San Diego County as crews prepare for more flooding
Several roads are closed in the Mission Valley area near the San Diego River as city crews anticipate heavy flooding.
Now you aren’t responsible for you own broken tailight.
(San Diego, CA) — Three police agencies in San Diego say they have grants to pay for car repairs instead of giving out tickets. Police in the cities of San Diego, Chula Vista and National City will be giving out reimbursement information for broken headlights and taillights that would have been a citation in the past. The three agencies will be the first in California to start the program.
ACE Parking’s Fleet Surpasses One Million Zero-Emission Miles
What’s Happening: Lightning eMotors, a top supplier of zero-emission commercial vehicles and electric vehicle (EV) technology, has announced that its customer, ACE Parking, has achieved over one million all-electric, zero-emission miles with its San Diego Airport fleet of ZEV4 and ZEV5 shuttle buses. Why It Matters: This milestone demonstrates...
Sup. Jim Desmond: SANDAG must fulfill past promises and taxpayer dollars for SR-78 in light of sinkhole
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Last week, a major sinkhole developed on State Route 78, causing significant havoc for commuters in North County. The closure began on March 17th and has now been extended through the rest of the week. While thousands of San Diegans have been affected, County Supervisor...
Caltrans extends closure of SR-78 again, as more damage is found by crews
The closure for emergency repairs of State Route 78 has been extended again by Caltrans after crews found additional damage to the the highway from recent flooding.
Opinion: Improved bus, pedestrian infrastructure needed to build on Mid-Coast Trolley's success
Despite the Mid-Coast Trolley's success, significant obstacles remain that prevent it from realizing its full potential.
Bicyclists call on San Diego lawmakers to address traffic collision deaths
The San Diego County Bike Coalition is calling on local leaders to make a greater investment in safe streets infrastructure, as the number of people killed in traffic collisions has hit record highs in recent years.
Opinion: University City community plan updates can make our neighborhoods and businesses healthier
The University City community offers the perfect opportunity to capitalize upon the Mid-Coast Trolley investment in a way that makes sense.
Unclear If Oil Price Plunge Will Be Felt at Gas Pumps, AAA Says
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped Sunday for the ninth time in 10 days, decreasing eight-tenths of a cent to $4.895. The average price has dropped 6.4 cents over the past 10 days, including 1.1 cents Saturday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.
El Cajon Sinkhole Closes Residential Roads Through Weekend
A sinkhole emerged in an El Cajon neighborhood Saturday night, causing El Cajon police to close off the area through to Monday. All vehicle traffic is closed from 740 Mundy Terrace to Wyatt Place in El Cajon until Monday, according to El Cajon Police. The agency urged everyone to stay clear of the area.
Fallen trees, mudslides and flooding cause road closures across San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Heavy rain and wind overnight lasted into Wednesday, soaking San Diego county dirt and downing trees across the county. Fashion Valley is once again heavily flooded. The Tijuana River flooded along Sunset Ave, trapping people who had no way out via vehicle except through the flooded roadway. Hollister Rd. flooded as well.
Imperial Valley Transit workers hold practice strike demonstration
EL CENTRO — Workers staged a practice strike demonstration at the Imperial Valley Transit operation and maintenance yard before sunrise March 17 at Ross Ave. in El Centro. Close to 40 members of Teamsters Local 542 (TL 542), carried signs at the yard entrance with a message “Just Practicing on Strike” as they cheered and attracted the attention of passing motorists. Demonstrators were mostly drivers, mechanics and bus washers.
Sidewalk issues drive complaints in Paradise Hills, Skyline area. So why do they take so long to fix?
Guy Preuss is obsessed with improving sidewalks in Paradise Hills. He once crossed the country to ask his Congress member for money to help widen sidewalks and improve parking. He also repainted the sidewalk along a decommissioned bus stop from red to gray so people could park there and because he said the city was taking too long to do it.
LA MESA COUNCIL HEARS CALTRANS REPORT ON DELAY OF STATE ROUTE 94/125 INTERCHANGE, PUBLIC CONCERNS OVER BATTERY STORAGE SITE
March 19, 2023 (La Mesa) - On February 28th, the La Mesa City Council heard an update from Karen Jewel, the Caltrans Project Corridor Director, on the State Route 94/125 Interchange Project that aims to provide freeway-to-freeway connection from southbound SR-125 to eastbound SR94 as well as ease congestion and improve traffic flow.
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