Each TransNet participant plays a vital role in San Diego’s transportation future. The involved organizations and individuals will contribute to the overall success of TransNet programs by working together to effectively communicate project progress and provide important news.

San Diego Association of Governments
SANDAG brings together expertise and funding to develop community resources and solutions for the San Diego region. From land use and regional growth to transportation and housing, community issues are addressed through a cooperation of professional planners, engineers, and public involvement. SANDAG oversees the overall TransNet funding structure.

California Department of Transportation
Caltrans District 11 is responsible for interstate and state route corridors throughout California. In addition to providing updates and information on freeway projects, the Caltrans site has information on traffic volumes, high-occupancy vehicle lanes, and road closures. Caltrans will play a major role in freeway corridor studies funded by the TransNet Extension Ordinance.

Metropolitan Transit System
The MTS provides transit rider information such as maps, schedules, passes, and fares for Chula Vista Transit, National City Transit, San Diego Transit, and the San Diego Trolley. As a major service provider in the area, MTS will be involved in TransNet-funded corridor studies, including transit solutions.

North County Transit District
The NCTD provides transit rider information such as maps, schedules, passes, and fares for the Breeze bus system, the Coaster train, and the Sprinter light rail line. As a transit service provider in the San Diego area, NCTD will be involved in TransNet-funded corridor studies, which include transit solutions in north San Diego County.

The Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee
The ITOC was formed as mandated by the TransNet Extension Ordinance passed in 2004. This committee was developed to add enhanced accountability for how the TransNet funds are spent. This stakeholder committee meets monthly and credits much of its success to valuable feedback from the public.

You!
As a key link to project success, you will have the opportunity to provide feedback and input on TransNet projects as they are developed. Public meetings, official comment periods, and this website are just some of the ways you can get involved. You can also sign up for email updates on any or all of the TransNet projects listed on the home page. We look forward to working with you!

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