Highway 1 Studies & Issues
Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP)
The CTMP is being developed to address cumulative traffic impacts of Midcoast residential development on Highway 1 and 92. Background and progress to date are on the
Caltrans Highway 1 Corridor Study
Caltrans expects to complete a corridor study for Highway 1 in San Mateo County in late 2017. The study will help identify improvement needs over a 25-year planning horizon, including potential means to address coastal erosion where the highway is vulnerable. The process will include review and consideration of the Highway 1 Safety & Mobility Studies.
Caltrans Moss Beach speed survey 2014
recommends no change in Moss Beach 50mph speed limit
Highway 1 Safety & Mobility Studies
Two-phase planning effort to develop conceptual plans to improve Highway 1 safety and mobility between Half Moon Bay and Devil’s Slide, 2009-2012: Hwy 1 Mobility Studies page
Coastal Access & Parking Study
The 2015 Midcoast Parking & Access Study was an action item of the Highway 1 Safety & Mobility Studies for completion of a parking study before more detail planning of beach and trailhead parking lots in the Midcoast, with the goal of sharing and limiting the number of new parking lots. Presentation at MCC.
Modern Roundabouts - a safer choice
Traffic collision data 2008-2013
Highway 1 Projects
Highway 1 Parallel Trail
This trail has long been envisioned as an east-of-highway multi-use transportation trail connecting the Midcoast communities to each other and to Half Moon Bay. Planning is underway for the southern segment between Coronado & Mirada.
Crossings, Raised Medians, Turn Lanes
AKA Highway 1 Congestion & Safety Imrovement Project, 2012 - ?
Highway Protection at Surfers' Beach
See Surfers' Beach page.
Devil's Slide Tunnel & Trail