SANDAG conducting geotechnical work this weekend

SANDAG is conducting geotechnical work within the railroad right-of-way along the LOSSAN coastal rail line this weekend. Day and night time activities could include drilling, soil testing, engineering, and/or maintenance activities in selected locations in Del Mar in the vicinity of the San Dieguito River and Del Mar Fairgrounds.

SANDAG has stated that their crews will minimize noise and other impacts to residents and businesses to the greatest extent possible. Because this is an active rail line, engineering and construction must be conducted when trains are not in operations. Passenger and freight trains will not operate between Oceanside Transit Center and Downtown San Diego from Jan. 11 at 10 p.m. to Jan. 14 at 4 a.m.

Project information can be found at Train schedules and alternatives can be found at or

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  5. SANDAG continues to investigate cause of pipe accident

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