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Hotel Del Entrance To Be Moved To Avenida Del Sol

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Posted: Monday, July 29, 2019 11:30 am

As part of ongoing construction related to the Hotel del Coronado’s Master Plan, the main entrance will be moved to Avenida del Sol, a cul de sac on the southern border of the hotel property. The existing Orange Avenue entrance will be closed. As part of the construction, a new traffic signal will be installed on Orange Avenue at Avenida del Sol. An application has been submitted to the California Department of Transportation, which is requirement before work can begin.

The design of the new signalized intersection will include a southbound right turn lane that will allow traffic to pass by as well as queue before entering the hotel. Two lanes will exit Avenida del Sol. One left-turn lane and a shared right-left turn lane. Northbound traffic will now be able to turn left onto Avenida del Sol. Construction is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2020. The design is being revised following receipt of the first comments on the application to add lighting, irrigation, landscaping and maintenance obligations. The signal will be synched with the Pomona Avenue signal, per Caltrans standards.

The work is part of the 2008-2010 approved addition to the Hotel del Coronado, which includes 142 new rooms and a conference room, among other amenities.

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