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Old Town/Midway Community Plan Updates

Working Documents

Photo collage of Old Town/Midway

A number of technical reports and planning studies and are being conducted as part of the effort to update the community plans. These documents will help develop alternatives for consideration. Links to these documents are below.

In addition, a number of planning efforts and studies have been conducted over the last several years that will help inform the updates to the Old Town San Diego and Midway/Pacific Highway Corridor Community Plans. These include the existing community plans, and a number of studies and reports that involved extensive participation by community representatives, City staff, and consultant teams over the years. Links to the existing community plans and other planning documents are below.

Reports/Studies Conducted for Current Updates

Midway Pacific Highway Corridor Community Plan Update - Public Workshop (October 8, 2012)

Old Town San Diego Community Plan Update - Public Workshop (Sept. 17, 2012)

Land Use and Urban Design Concepts

Land Use and Urban Design Existing Conditions Documents

Technical Studies

Economic Analysis

Current Community-Specific Plans

Past Studies and Planning Efforts

Extensive participation by community representatives, City staff, and consultant teams over the past five years have resulted in numerous studies and other related documents which remain relevant, and will be contributory to the plan updates. These studies/documents are identified below:

Rosecrans Corridor Mobility Study (2009-2010)

The Rosecrans Corridor Mobility Study was a nine month project to identify needed transportation improvements within the Rosecrans corridor. The plan addresses pedestrian access, bicycle facilities and accessibility, transit operations and facilities and traffic flow.

Midway Community Plan Amendment (2004-2006)

The Midway Community Plan Amendment was undertaken in 2004 at the direction of the City Council to eliminate the Bay-to-Bay linkage from the Midway/Pacific Highway Corridor Community Plan. Due to various circumstances the amendment was not completed. Maps and materials were produced as part of the public participation process.

Sports Arena Ad-Hoc Committee Report (2005)

An Ad Hoc Committee was formed to provide recommendations for the future of the Sports Arena area and surrounding publicly-owned land. The committee, which was comprised of various community representatives appointed by the Councilmember, passed 23 motions, which are described in the Sports Arena Ad-Hoc Committee Report (PDF).

North Bay Conceptual Plan (2004)

The North Bay Association funded and facilitated the preparation of the North Bay Conceptual Plan (PDF). The process involved extensive community participation and resulted in architectural and landscape design guidelines.

San Diego/North Bay Station Area Planning (2004)

A series of workshops were held and a conceptual sketch plan (PDF) was developed by Calthorpe Associates for transit-oriented development opportunities surrounding the Old Town Transit Station.

Bay-to-Bay Feasibility Study (2003)

The Bay-to-Bay Feasibility Study (PDF) was conducted to analyze the bay-to-bay water canal linkage, as recommended in the Midway/Pacific Highway Corridor Community Plan. The study assessed land use, environmental, and economic constraints and opportunities associated with implementing the concept canal linkage through the community. The study determined that the implementation of the canal linkage was not economically feasible.

Old Town Visitor-Oriented Parking Study (2002)

The Old Town Visitor-Oriented Parking Study (PDF) provided an assessment of existing parking supply and demand conditions, while estimating future parking demand conditions and determining the extent of parking deficiencies. The study also provided alternatives to mitigate deficiencies such as a conceptual analysis of potential parking program costs and financing techniques.

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