City Officials to Move Forward with Coast Highway Plans

Oceanside leaders will take another step forward in their “Coast Highway Vision Plan."

City leaders will soon take another step toward rebuilding the Coast Highway.

Oceanside officials plan to hire a consultant to "develop several proposals for reworking Coast Highway in hopes of spurring a revitalization of the once vibrant area along the roadway," according to U-T San Diego.

The study, which may cost about $500,000, comes after the City Council adopted a “Coast Highway Vision Plan” in 2009 with the intention of making the area more "pedestrian-friendly and bicycle-friendly," according to the newspaper.

However, the new study will focus on dealing with traffic in the area, according to the newspaper.


Linda Walshaw February 19, 2013 at 07:27 PM
Kern, Feller & Felien never met a "consultant" they didn't like. Another $1/2 million of YOUR tax dollars down the drain. Doesn't the City employ a Planning Department and engineers who could do this job without hiring another "outside consultant?"
John Daley February 20, 2013 at 11:16 PM
It is hard to believe that there is a California Highway 1 sign attached to this article about the Coast Highway project in Oceanside. Maybe the writer/editor should know enough about this route to realize that Coast Highway is the same route as the State designated Historic US Highway 101. There is no route in San Diego county that has ever been designated as CA Highway 1. Also no where in San Diego County is this route referred to as Pacific Coast Highway.
Daniel Woolfolk February 21, 2013 at 08:34 AM
Thanks, John. I removed it.


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