State Route 76: Middle and East
A better way to get there
Motorists have welcomed improvements to State Route 76 between I-5 and I-15. Once completed, this project’s main aim is to increase travel safety by providing four barrier separated lanes from I-5 to I-15. These improvements were needed to meet growing travel demand along this corridor by both locals and interregional travelers. CityWorks is responsible for public involvement and technical graphics for the Middle and East Segments of the SR 76 project. CityWorks’ timely and well designed public involvement strategy has kept the community informed about: the project’s progress, public input process, unique project features, construction alerts and detours, and the agency’s efforts to preserve this beautiful countryside through its innovative Environmental Mitigation Program.
Over the last six years, the firm has supported the project team during the planning, environmental review and construction phases of the project. Currently, CityWorks provides construction outreach for the East Segment. Our team provides accurate, timely and easy-to-understand communications with presentation boards, brochures, fact sheets, mass mailings and internet e-blasts of quarterly newsletters, construction alerts, frequently asked questions and press releases. We are also coordinating regular updates to the TransNet Early Action Program website, KeepSanDiegoMoving.com, with SANDAG’s Public Information Officer and responding to stakeholder inquires that come into the site.
- Print & Digital
- Website & Social Media
- Community Outreach
SANDAG / Caltrans – TransNet Early Action Project
San Diego, California