Images: I-5 Corridor Expansion Plans for North Coast

The plan includes construction of new express lanes on Interstate 5, double tracking for trains, a bike and pedestrian trail linking San Diego to Oceanside and access to all lagoons along the corridor.

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This image from an artist shows what designers expect the area to look like after the construction is completed.
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The proposal to spend $6.5 billion to expand Interstate 5 and other modes of transportation between La Jolla and Oceanside is being called the future of the North Coast Corridor.
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An image showing the existing Manchester Avenue area along I-5 from North Coast Corridor.
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This image from an artist shows what designers expect the area to look like after the construction is completed.
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The current view of I-5 at San Elijo Lagoon.
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An artist's concept of how San Elijo Lagoon will appear after construction according the North Coast Corridor.
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The NCC Program is part of TransNet, the voter approved, half-cent sales tax initiative that helps fund transportation projects in the region.
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An artist's concept of the view from I-5 after the construction project is complete in Encinitas.
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The current view from I-5 in Encinitas according to the North Coast Corridor.
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A current image of Oceanside courtesy North Coast Corridor.
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An artist's concept of what the I-5 expansion will look like in Oceanside.
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A current image of Batiquitos Lagoon courtesy North Coast Corridor.
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An artist's concept of what the I-5 expansion will look like at Batiquitos Lagoon.
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One of the lagoons located in the widening project area is the Agua Hedionda Lagoon.
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The proposed timeline for the project.
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The NCC Program represents a $6.5 billion investment in the region that will be paid for through a combination of federal, state, and local funds.
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