I live in Orange County. Every time I contemplate a trip to San Diego, I run the calculations:
- How bad is the I-5 freeway going to be;
- How badly do I need to be in San Diego; and
- Can I find a way to extend/change my schedule to avoid the worst of the traffic?
Granted, I engage in the same internal debate when I need to head towards Los Angeles, but at least going that direction, I have a number of route choices. Going to San Diego, it's basically the I-5 or stay home.
Caltrans is in the midst of a major planning process for possible expansion of the I-5 between La Jolla and Oceanside. The public ...
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