GPA #15-00001 College Boulevard Improvement Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Various residential, commercial, and industrial designations including Single Family Residential and General Commercial
The College Boulevard improvement corridor is currently built with four lanes and posted speed limits are 40 to 50 miles per hour. A raised median is constructed throughout the length of the corridor. In addition to street parking that is permitted north of Roselle Avenue and south of Thunder Drive, bicycle lanes are striped along most of the corridor, with widths ranging from five (5) to nine (9) feet. Sidewalks are also provided on both sides of the street, with widths ranging from four (4) to six (6) feet. Landscaped parkways are provided along majority of the corridor. The existing right-of-way is located ~ten (10) feet behind the face of the curb through most of the corridor. Utilities including cable, television, phone, gas, sewer, water, storm drain and electrical are located underground along the corridor. No overhead wires are present along the College Boulevard corridor.
College Boulevard is proposed to be widened to a 6-lane major arterial from Olive Drive to Avenida De La Plata, which would be consistent with the City of Oceanside's Circulation Element Year 2030 classification of College Boulevard. This segment of College Boulevard was included in Section 3 of the College Boulevard improvement corridor analyzed in the 2009 College Boulevard Project Study Report. Along this section, the City proposes road and right-of-way improvements to the corridor to enhance existing and future traffic operations, provide congestion relief and reduce queue lengths, improve safety conditions for the unsignalized intersections and access points along the corridor, and provide safer travel routes for bicyclists and pedestrians.
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