A transit-oriented development (TOD) is a mixed-use residential and commercial area designed to maximize access to public transport, and often incorporates features to encourage transit ridership. A TOD neighborhood typically has a center with a transit station or stop (train station, metro station, tram stop, or bus stop), surrounded by relatively high-density development with progressively lower-density development spreading outward from the center. TODs
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Bay Park Boardwalk
The Bay Park Boardwalk is part of the Morena Specific Plan. RTB has worked with the City Planning Dept and our residents to design Morena Blvd from Clairemont Drive to Friars Road.
**Please note that your comments will be made a part of the PUBLIC RECORD and used for all official meetings including Community Planning Group, City Council, and SANDAG Board of Directors.
The City of San Diego and the County of San Diego is currently updating and amending our local Community Plans in their attempt to urbanize our neighborhoods in compliance with sb 375 and several other state mandates, such as affordable-housing goals. It is also an attempt to lower carbon emissions, densify and diversify our neighborhoods
Vote here or post your comments for your preferred proposal for the Bay Park Boardwalk and Morena Blvd new street design! [huge_it_slider id=”2″]The Morena Specific Plan is now being drafted by the City Planning Dept. The Planning Department announced that they are removing the Land Use portion of the Plan from our Ad Hoc Subcommittee review. A
Please Vote!** **The original 3 Alternatives poll was two versions of 3 lanes (alternatives A & B) and one version of 2 lanes (alternative C). After some community requests to add a “No Change” alternative, the city agreed, and we revised the poll to include it. ***The new poll (below) will remain open until the
Submit particular ideas of what the Bay Park Boardwalk should look like. These can include photos of other built-out boardwalks or areas around San Diego and the world that you’ve taken photos of, or maybe you have drawn some sketches? Please post your contributions using the ‘Comments’ section at the bottom of the page. You
Sign contest for the Bay Park Boardwalk! If there are signs you’ve seen or ones you’ve drawn, please upload them in the comment section below at the bottom of the page. Below are some samples. When enough submissions have been gathered, an online poll will be created to determine the community’s preference(s). Until we create the
MORENA BLVD STREET LAYOUT (View facing North) Bay Park Boardwalk will extend from Clairemont Drive to Tecolote Road. Linda Vista Plan Area residents will be submitting their proposal for extension of the Boardwalk south of Tecolote Road and will be posted here when completed. The street has been laid out to position the volume of
Material and Design Matters! What should the Bay Park Boardwalk be made of? Please take poll. Please leave your comments, new ideas and suggestions below. You can upload drawings, illustrations and pictures to be posted by using the ‘Comments’ section at the bottom of the page. Design Elements for the Boardwalk Below are excerpts
The community surveys and input support a GAR (Green Area Ratio) for the boundary area of the Morena Specific Plan. Read more about the GAR instituted in Washington, DC. “While trees have long been recognized for their ability to help clean the air, reduce energy needs, raise property values, and mitigate heat island effects,