Hefty public transportation system needed if One Paseo built

One Paseo would be a WONDERFUL asset to Carmel Valley, even in its expanded form, PROVIDED that a hefty public transportation system was installed from University City to Via de la Valle, along El Camino Real.

This should be the extension from the new trolley line to University City. The developer should pay for this, since the City is too lame and shortsighted to finance it. BART was smart enough to install a rail line from San Francisco to Walnut Creek BEFORE the area along it was built up further. Same should be true for the City of San Diego. If this is not done, do NOT grant a permit for any further commercial or residential development along El Camino Real.

John Fiscella

Carmel Valley
resident since 1989

Related posts:

  1. Hefty public transportation system would be needed for One Paseo
  2. The struggles of public transportation
  3. Carmel Valley: Public comment period on Kilroy project coming soon
  4. One Paseo will help community’s economy
  5. Public provides input on high-speed rail

Short URL: http://www.delmartimes.net/?p=32228

Posted by Staff on Mar 2, 2012. Filed under Letters, Opinion. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply



Bottom Buttons 1

Bottom Buttons 2

Bottom Buttons 3

Bottom Buttons 4

Bottom Buttons 5

Bottom Buttons 6





  • Alumni and Advancement Center named for longtime supporters Larry and Cindy Bloch of Rancho Santa Fe
    The University of Rochester’s Alumni and Advancement Center in Rochester, N.Y. has been renamed the Larry and Cindy Bloch Alumni and Advancement Center in recognition of the couple’s support of the university and, in particular, its Advancement programs. In a ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 15, UR President Joel Seligman formally dedicated the center in honor of […]
  • RSF Association Board Biz: It’s fire season: Be prepared
    The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District (RSFFPD) was officially formed in 1946, in the aftermath of a devastating fire that took place in 1943 and destroyed brush, farmland and homes from Rancho Bernardo through Rancho Santa Fe, all the way to Solana Beach and Del Mar. Today the Fire District spans 38 square miles and protects nearly 30,000 residents. W […]
  • Rancho Santa Fe couple lead way in helping those with thyroid disorders
    Few people may know that Graves’ disease is one of the most common autoimmune diseases afflicting Americans today. Fewer still may know that the only national non-profit dedicated to its patients is headquartered in Rancho Santa Fe. The Graves’ Disease and Thyroid Foundation, co-chaired by Rancho Santa Fe residents Kathleen Bell Flynn and Steve Flynn, has be […]