The San Diego Association of Governments hasn’t been shy about touting the benefits county residents will feel if they pass its proposed ballot measure in November. One of the proposal’s major selling points is that the projects the measure would fund will relieve traffic congestion. We found SANDAG thinks of traffic relief differently than a typical commuter might.

A 2003 state law aims to protect school children from harmful traffic pollution. More than three-dozen San Diego County schools sit within the danger zone near major roadways – but they’re all exempt from the law.

Here’s a look at San Diego’s existing transit system fares in a national context.

Because of improved curb ramps, it’s easier for the handicapped
to enter and exit the park from busy Sixth Avenue. But they still
have to contend with its traffic.