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Hwy 76 project (west of I-15) remains high-priority item

 

Last updated 5/3/2007 at Noon



The San Diego Association of Governments board accepted a revenue-constrained plan and a reasonably-expected revenue scenario for its draft 2007 Regional Transportation Plan.

The 17-2 vote April 27 approved a $40.6 billion revenue-constrained plan and an additional $10 billion investment for reasonably-expected revenue projects split evenly between roads and transit. The scenarios will be used in developing the draft Regional Transportation Plan which will cover transportation in the county through 2030. The actual draft RTP will be released in June for public review with adoption of the f...



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