Poway Road Corridor Study

The City is working on the future planning of Poway Road.  In September 2014, the City hired MIG Inc., a planning and transportation consulting firm, to assist the City in planning for Poway Road’s future.  The project, known as the Poway Road Corridor Study (PRCS), is expected to provide recommendations on land use, transportation, design/aesthetics, and economic development for Poway Road, the City’s main commercial corridor.

The study will be based on an evaluation of existing land use and transportation conditions along Poway Road.  The transportation and land use analysis will result in recommendations and an implementation strategy regarding the appropriate transportation improvements and mix of uses along the project corridor.  Once complete, the PRCS will be used by the City as a tool to guide future development review, capital improvements, and may include proposed changes to regulatory and policy documents such as the Poway Municipal Code (PMC) and the City's General Plan. 

Expected Study Results

Learn more about the expected results and components of the study here.

​Working Group: Agendas and Meeting Summaries

The working group consists of business leaders, private residents and other stakeholders, will provide input on the project.  Access meeting information, agendas and meeting summaries here.

Community Workshops

Public workshops and community meetings will be held periodically to gather community input.  Community workshops were held in 2015 and 2016 and will continue.  Access prior workshop information and presentation materials here.


The timeline for completion of the PRCS is approximately eighteen months.  


The PRCS project has been funded through the regional TransNet half-cent sales tax program administered by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).