I-5 Construction Begins on California’s North Coast Corridor Project

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The first phase of the North Coast Corridor (NCC) Program, a $700 million infrastructure improvement project has begun and will continue over the next five years.

The NCC Program is a 40-year, $6-billion program that will include highway, rail, environmental and coastal access components.

This first phase will focus on highway, rail and bike, pedestrian and environmental improvements along the California coast between San Diego and Oceanside. $480 million in highway improvements will include building 14 miles of carpool lanes in each direction on I-5 between Solana Beach and northern Carlsbad.

Phase One is scheduled to be completed by 2021.

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