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A Cal Fire controlled burn in the Anza-Borrego desert spread past its intended boundaries Thursday and prompted the closure of county Road S2 and the Banner Grade down from Julian. The 100-acre burn area was off the S2, also known as San Felipe Road,
San Diego County's worst freeway bottleneck is getting some relief. New lanes are set to open Wednesday on eastbound State Route 78 along the border of San Marcos and Escondido, just west of Interstate 15, transportation officials said on Tuesday.
A Sick Trick' rose A rose to the Vista Skatepark Coalition for a rather novel suggestion: to create small skating spaces, in existing parks, that double as public art. Known as skate spots or skate pods, these little areas feature ramps that look
Escondido's finances suffered a setback this week when state officials rejected a city redevelopment payback proposal and demanded $6.7 million, nearly one-third of the city's $22 million reserve fund. City officials said the state's decision would
All 656 apartments and condominiums in the Quarry Creek development proposed for a reclaimed rock quarry along state Route 78 west of College Boulevard were approved unanimously Tuesday night by the Carlsbad City Council. Approval of the McMillin
Authorities lifted a Sig Alert Monday after a fatal crash on eastbound state Route 78 near Las Posas Road in San Marcos, authorities said...One car overturned and prompted authorities to shut down multiple lanes on the highway. A Sig Alert was issued
Authorities are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred Sunday morning in Oceanside. The accident was reported about 1:30 a.m. on the connector road from northbound Interstate 5 to eastbound state Route 78 Ronald Packard Parkway, the
The region's worst freeway bottleneck in 2012 remained for the fourth year in a row the Barham Drive backup on state Route 78 in North County, according to a U-T San Diego analysis of traffic data. But there's hope for this 4.4-mile titan of tie-ups:
The economy is slowly recovering, North County continues to grow, and with more people come more cars and more congestion...Some North County cities in recent years have done a good job finishing those last segments of roadway between major arterials.
Some SR 3 billion has been allocated in the current financial year of 1434-35 for the implementation and completion of a series of infrastructure and utility services projects in Tabuk region. The projects include construction of new highways and