Work on Four Rail Improvement Projects and Rail Maintenance This Weekend

San Elijo Lagoon Double Track Project:

This weekend, there will be work done on the Four Rail Improvement Projects and rail maintenance. In Cardiff-by-the-Sea, crews will be removing the rail tracks just north of Chesterfield Drive and replacing them with new crossovers. When the project is completed, the new crossovers will allow trains to switch between tracks as needed. The project is expected to be complete in early 2019.  to get more information about the project, click here.


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