San Diego: Active transportation projects get $16M boost after regional competition win (bike lanes)

The San Diego Association of Governments announced Friday the San Diego region will receive roughly $16 million from a state funding competition to make improvements to infrastructure for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The California Transportation Commission selected four projects in San Diego County in its 2019 Active Transportation Program regional competition to receive a combined $15.85 million in funding over four years. The projects are funded via federal and state sources and allocated in the state budget, according to SANDAG.