Solana Beach City Council approves funds for South Cedros Avenue traffic calming projects

By Joe Tash

The Solana Beach City Council on April 10 approved $100,500 for traffic calming projects along South Cedros Avenue.

The city will contribute $48,500, which will be matched by the Cedros Design District Association.  An additional $3,500 will be contributed by the Solana Beach Brewery, for curb realignment at 111 South Cedros.

The list of projects will include curb popouts and landscaping at Rosa Street; a raised pedestrian crosswalk near 312 South Cedros; a decorative crosswalk at Lomas Santa Fe Drive at the entrance to the South Cedros Design District; realigning the curb and widening sidewalks at 111 South Cedros; constructing raised curb planters at various locations where the pavement is currently striped to mark parking areas; and adding decorative paintings at all crosswalks.

The city’s contribution will come from TransNet funds, a voter-approved sales tax to pay for transportation-related projects, said a city staff report.

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  3. Solana Beach approves completion of east side traffic calming project
  4. Solana Beach City Council approves establishment of levies
  5. Solana Beach may use contingency funds to pay for unexpected Highway 101 costs

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