5 Big Moves #1: Complete Corridors


An integrated, comprehensive vision to provide a variety of travel choices and technology to manage the use of highways, arterials and other assets in real time. Complete Corridors provides a balance of dedicated, safe space for all travelers in the region, including local commuters, through travelers, freight and delivery vehicles and active transportation users who walk, bike, use transit, and utilize Flexible Fleets.

Key features of Complete Corridors include: managed lanes, active transportation and demand management (ATDM), smart infrastructure and connected vehicles, priority for transit, active transportation and shared mobility services, curb management and electric vehicle infrastructure.

Projects that fall within Complete Corridors will be evaluated against SANDAG 2021 Regional Transportation Plan goals and objectives.


CVO03–Electronic Clearance – Inland Check
CVO03–Electronic Clearance – US State – Centers
CVO03–Electronic Clearance – US State – Roadside
CVO06–Freight Signal Priority
CVO07–CVO07–Roadside CVO Safety – US Centers
CVO08–Smart Roadside and Virtual WIM
CVO13–Roadside HAZMAT – San Diego Field to Center
MC05–Caltrans Roadway MCO
MC05–Cities Roadway MCO
MC05–County Roadway MCO
MC05–Emerging Cities Roadway Maintenance Operations
MC05–San Diego Roadway MCO
MC06–Caltrans Work Zone Management
MC06–Cities Work Zone Management
MC06–County Work Zone Management
MC06–Emerging Cities Work Zone Management
MC06–San Diego City Work Zone Management
MC07–Work Zone Safety Monitoring
MC09–Infrastructure Monitoring
PM06–Curb Management Loading Zone
PM06–Loading Zone Management
PS03–Cities Emergency Vehicle Preemption
PS03–County Emergency Vehicle Preemption
PS03–San Diego Emergency Vehicle Preemption
PS09–Transportation Infrastructure Protection
PS10–Regional Traveler Wide–Area Alert
PS11–San Diego Regional Early Warning System
PS12–Regional Disaster Response and Recovery
PS13–Regional Evacuation and Reentry Management
PS14–Regional Disaster Traveler Information
PT08–Border Region Transit Traveler Information
PT09–MTS Transit Signal Priority
PT09–NCTD BRT Transit Signal Priority
PT10–Regional TOL Bus Lanes I–805
PT14–Border Region Transit Management
ST02–Eco–Traffic Signal Timing
ST03–Eco–Traffic Metering
ST04–Roadside Lighting
ST05–Public – Private Electric Charging Stations
ST06–Regional HOV/HOT Lane Management
ST07–Eco–Lanes Management
ST08–Eco–Approach and Departure at Signalized Intersections
SU01–BWT Connected Vehicle System Monitoring and Management (SD County)
SU01–Regional Connected Vehicle System Monitoring and Management
SU02–Connected Vehicle Core Authorization
SU08–Connected Vehicle Security and Credentials Management
SU11–BWT Field Equipment Maintenance (SD County)
TI01–Border Broadcast Traveler Information
TI04–Infrastructure–Provided Trip Planning and Route Guidance
TM01–Cities Infrastructure–Based Traffic Surveillance
TM01–City of San Diego Infrastructure–Based Traffic Surveillance
TM01–Emerging Cities Infrastructure–Based Traffic Surveillance
TM01–San Diego County Infrastructure–Based Traffic Surveillance
TM02–Caltrans and Regional Probe Surveillance
TM02–Vehicle Traffic Surveillance
TM03–Cities Traffic Signal Control
TM03–County Traffic Signal Control
TM03–Emerging Cities Traffic Signal Control
TM03–San Diego Traffic Signal Control
TM03–Tribal Traffic Signal Control
TM04–Regional Connected Vehicle Traffic Signal System
TM05–Caltrans ATMS Ramp Metering System
TM05–Regional Traffic Metering Systems – Lane Control
TM06–Caltrans Traffic Information Dissemination
TM06–Regional Traffic Information Dissemination
TM07–San Diego Regional Traffic Control
TM08–Caltrans Highway Traffic Incident Management System
TM08–Regional Traffic Incident Management System
TM09–SANDAG Integrated Demand Management System
TM10–SANDAG Electronic Toll Collection
TM10–South Bay Expressway (FasTrak)
TM12–San Diego Road Hazard Warning
TM13–San Diego Rail Crossing Notifications
TM14–Advanced Railroad Grade Crossing
TM15–Railroad Operations Coordination
TM16–Regional Reversible Lane Management
TM17–Speed Warning and Enforcement
TM17–Vehicle Speed Warning and Enforcement
TM19–Caltrans – CHP Roadway Closure Management
TM20–Variable Speed Limits
TM21–Speed Harmonization
TM22–Dynamic Lane Lighting for Transit use
TM22–Dynamic Lane Management and Shoulder Use for TOL Project
TM22–Regional Dynamic Lane Management for Curb and Shoulder Use
TM23–San Diego Border Management Systems
TM23–Southbound Automated Border Wait Time System (SD County)
VS05–Curve Speed Warning
VS06–Stop Sign Gap Assist
VS07–Road Weather Motorist Alert and Warning
VS09–Reduced Speed Zone Warning / Lane Closure
VS10–SD Connected Vehicle Restricted Lane Warnings
VS11–Oversize Vehicle Warning
VS12–Micro Transit Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety
VS12–Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety
VS13–Intersection Safety Warning and Collision Avoidance
VS13–Smart Intersection CV Based Safety