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Traffic

According to a regional traffic study, SDSU West will generate far less traffic in Mission Valley than SoccerCity. SANDAG officials said SoccerCity’s plan would likely create nearly 40 percent more traffic than FS Investors estimated, an average of roughly 100,000 new vehicle trips a day.

Unlike the SoccerCity plan, designed to maximize profits for the developers, SDSU West produces far fewer traffic impacts on already congested Mission Valley and provides for an open and transparent environmental review that mitigates impacts of the development.

Protect Mission Valley

As San Diego continues to progress, the growth of SDSU will assist the region in creating and preparing a qualified and job-ready workforce for the region’s industries, providing employment opportunities for a highly trained and educated workforce, and promoting the City as a great place to live and work.

SDSU West Vs. SoccerCity

SDSU West
Soccer City
Provides landlocked SDSU the ability to acquire critical land for academic and research growth
Complies with environmental standards under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
Gives voters the power to guarantee a permanent River Park and dedicated open space
Requires a public, transparent planning process
Delivers appropriate traffic infrastructure and mitigations consistent with the state’s tough environmental standards
Commits to a joint-use stadium that meets both SDSU and professional soccer's needs

Traffic

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