The North Coast Corridor (NCC) Program offers a balanced transportation
system to provide travelers choices for the future while enhancing the
quality of life for residents. The NCC Program is comprised of three
primary focus areas – the I-5 Express lanes project, coastal rail and
transit enhancements, and environmental protection and coastal access
As part of the NCC Program, several highway improvements are planned to be implemented through a phased approach over the next 30 years. The improvement projects include:
I-5 Express Lanes Project
Adds two Express Lanes in each direction on Interstate 5 from La Jolla Village Drive in San Diego to Harbor Drive in Oceanside. The project will ensure a reliable, congestion-free travel option throughout the corridor.
I-5/Genesee Avenue Interchange Project
Includes the replacement of the existing overcrossing, widening of freeway access ramps, and the addition of an auxiliary lane in the northbound direction on I-5 between Genesee Avenue and Roselle Street. Additionally, the project will add a new, separated bicycle/pedestrian path, providing links to transportation, employment centers, hospitals and University of California, San Diego.
I-5/56 Interchange Project
Proposes to improve the traffic operations on I-5 between Del Mar Heights Road and Carmel Valley Road, and on SR 56 between I-5 and Carmel Country Road.
I-805 HOV/Carroll Canyon Road Extension Project
Includes the extension of Carroll Canyon Road under I-805, construction of two miles of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes in each direction along I-805 from I-5 to Carroll Canyon Road, and construction of a northerly Direct Access Ramp (DAR) from the Carroll Canyon Road Extension to the HOV lanes.
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