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The 2050 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (2050 RTP/SCS or "The Plan") is the blueprint for a regional transportation system, serving existing and projected residents and workers within the San Diego region (Figure 2.0-1) over the next 40 years, that further enhances quality of life and offers more mobility options for people and goods. The 2050 RTP/SCS looks 40 years ahead, accommodating another 1.2 million residents, half a million new jobs, and nearly 400,000 new homes. The 2050 RTP/SCS envisions most of these new jobs and homes situated in sustainable communities, conducive to transit, walking, and bicycling. To achieve this, future growth will be more compact in nature, focused in the western portion of the region and along major transit and transportation corridors. This more compact development pattern will create more active mixed-use communities, while allowing for the protection of more open space land in the eastern portion of the region.
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