In the next five years, there will be at least 50 major public and private construction projects in the Golden Triangle area of San Diego.
The bad news for anyone who's been in the area recently is it all adds up to a traffic headache.
The good news is SANDAG has come up with a plan it hopes will help ease the pain.
An online interactive program called Shift will now provide residents, businesses and commuters information and resources to help minimize disruption.
Information can be obtained via text alerts, social media, and websites.
Here's where you can find the information set up by SANDAG.
Construction information hotline: 844-SHIFT-SD (844-744-3873). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @ShiftSanDiego. Text Alerts: Text ShiftSD to 797979.
The program will also serve as a hub for construction teams to communicate and coordinate their projects, according to SANDAG.
The projects include major infrastructure and construction that include Interstate 5 widening at Genesee, the Mid-coast trolley and several high-rise apartments across from the Westfield UTC mall.