Connect the Coastside – Related Projects
View information and materials from ongoing projects on the Midcoast led by San Mateo County and agency partners that are related to Connect the Coastside.
Moss Beach SR-1 Congestion & Safety Improvements Project (San Mateo County Planning & Building Department)
The San Mateo County Transportation Authority (TA) Board of Directors approved the 2021 Highway Call for Projects Recommended Funding Program on December 2, 2021, which included the County's submission for the Moss Beach State Route 1 (SR-1) Congestion & Safety Improvements Project. The grant will support the development of a "Project Study Report-Project Development Support (PSR-PDS)" for the Moss Beach corridor, from Highway 1 from 16th Street to Cypress Avenue. The project is expected to begin in Spring 2022.
- December 2, 2021 – Transportation Authority Board of Directors Meeting Agenda, Item 11b
- November 9, 2021 – San Mateo County Board of Supervisor’s Meeting Agenda #49, File # 21-881
- September 22, 2021 – Presentation to Midcoast Community Council on County’s proposal
Midcoast Multimodal Trail Project (San Mateo County Planning & Building Department and San Mateo County Department of Public Works)
The Midcoast Multi-Modal Trail (Trail) is a bicycle and pedestrian commuter trail that will provide an alternative means of transportation for residents of the Midcoast to safely access neighboring communities, town centers, schools and recreational destinations without having to travel on the highway. The first segment being implemented is between Mirada Road north to Coronado Street. Visit the Planning & Building Department’s webpage and Department of Public Works webpage to learn more.
Mirada Road Pedestrian Bridge Replacement (San Mateo County Department of Public Works)
The bridge project is located along Mirada Road in the community of Miramar, approximately 0.15 miles west of State Route 1, and is part of the Coastal Trail. The Department of Public Works is working to design a project to replace the deteriorating pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Arroyo de en Medio. Visit the Department of Public Works webpage to learn more.
SM-1 Multi-Asset Roadway Rehabilitation (Caltrans)
This project proposes to rehabilitate the existing pavement, upgrade Transportation Management Systems, signal upgrades, Traffic Operations System elements, improve drainage, and implement Complete Streets elements (curb ramps, crosswalks, Class I/II bike path, and sidewalks) in and near SR-1 from Wavecrest Road (City of Half Moon Bay) to 0.1 mile south of Marine Boulevard.
- August 2021 – Project Fact Sheet EA #0Q130