Solana Beach project to complete Lomas Santa Fe sidewalk

By Claire Harlin

In response to concerns about excessive traffic speeds, circulation and lack of a sidewalk, the City of Solana Beach has made plans for significant improvements along Lomas Santa Fe.

The design, approved Feb. 8 by the Solana Beach City Council, includes redesigning the intersection of El Viento and Granados Avenue to a standard “T” intersection in an effort to increase sight visibility and improve right-of-way.

This redesign will create a large unused area that will be large enough for a small neighborhood park.

The existing sidewalk along the north side of Lomas Santa Fe between Nardo and Granados — currently “substandard” and “pinched against an unstable slope and partially paved,” according to a city staff report — will also be redesigned to include a concrete curb and six-foot-wide sidewalk. This change will create a continuous sidewalk along Lomas Santa Fe west of Interstate 5 and complete the pedestrian circulation from I-5 to the train station.

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach working on improvements to Lomas Santa Fe and Highland drives, seeking community input
  2. Lane closure on Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Solana Beach area
  3. East Solana Beach residents take issue with lane reduction plan
  4. Temporary lane closure on Lomas Santa Fe Drive starting Monday, Dec. 12
  5. Solana Beach moving ahead on Marine View Avenue improvements

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