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At A Glance

  • Client

    San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
  • Estimated Value

    $2.1 Billion
  • Location

    San Diego, California
  • Role

    Prime Construction Manager

Project Description

The Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project extends the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Blue Line Light Rail Transit System from the Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego north to the University City Community, serving major activity centers such as Old Town, the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego), and Westfield University Towne Centre (UTC). This Project provides an effective alternative to congested freeways and roadways for travelers, improve public transit services, and enhance travel options by connecting the corridor with areas served by the existing light rail system. PGH Wong is providing the full range of Construction Management Services during pre-construction and construction.

Key Features

  • 11 miles of new trackway within existing railroad right-of-way alongside Interstate 5  transitioning to the median of Genesee Avenue
  • 9 stations (4 at-grade, 5 aerial) and 2 overcrossings
  • The Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project will create a one-seat ride from the International Border and communities south of Downtown San Diego all the way to the University Community, San Diego’s “Second Downtown”.
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