A proposed overhaul of Leucadia’s stretch of Coast Highway 101 received the California Coastal Commission’s unanimous blessing.
The commission’s board, which is hosting its monthly roving three-day meeting in downtown San Diego, rendered its decision after two hours of testimony on a project that has polarized the community for more than a decade.
The commission also denied an appeal of the city’s approval of the project filed by a group known as the Encinitas Residents Coalition.
The project will dramatically transform the stretch of 101 into a bicycle-, pedestrian- and transit-friendly enclave complete with six roundabout intersections.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
Coastal Commission approves Leucadia Streetscape