Statement: ” Competing against hundreds of applicants nationwide, SANDAG has won a $14 million federal grant to replace four aging timber trestle bridges in the Los Peñasquitos Lagoon in North County – a critically needed project to improve the reliability of both passenger and freight services in the nation’s second busiest rail corridor,” SANDAG, the region’s planning agency, wrote in Sept. 8 press release.
Analysis: San Diego’s rail system just received crucial funding to repair some of its aging bridges.
SANDAG, the region’s planning agency, was awarded a $14 million federal grant to repair four timber trestle bridges that traverse the Los Peñasquitos Lagoon, a coastal marsh south of Del Mar.
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