State Route Construction at SR-76 to Begin, Summer 2012


— Accretive Investments, Inc. Press Release, January 11, 2012

SAN DIEGO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) recently announced the completion of the environmental report for the State Route 76 (SR-76) East Segment Improvement Project from South Mission Road to east of Interstate 15 (I-15), encompassing the interchange. Construction is scheduled to begin as early as this summer. The urgency is based on the high priority status of the project within the region’s TransNet Early Action Program.

"This Caltrans project to widen and realign the SR-76 to a four lane highway will improve travel, safety and the environment,” said Randy Goodson, Chief Executive Officer, Accretive Investments, Inc. “This type of enhancement will benefit the I-15 corridor and allow easy access to nearby services within the new Lilac Hills Ranch community,” said Goodson.

“According to our research, the number one priority for those living along this section of the I-15 corridor is access to services. People in the area are requesting shopping, restaurants, a grocery store, office space and a school,” said Jon Rilling, Vice President, Accretive Investments, Inc., “We are listening to those living along the corridor, and are continuing our design efforts for a mixed use community that may include these services, plus ball fields, open space, parks and trails.”

Lilac Hills Ranch is located along Interstate 15 at Old Highway 395, in North Escondido, just one exit south of the SR-76 interchange project. The new community will be oriented towards integrating renewable resources that can provide a healthy lifestyle where residents can grow smart and live green.

For more information about the region’s TransNet Early Action Program or Lilac Hills Ranch go online to to register your support and information request.





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