Downtown San Diego Quiet Zone

The San Diego Quiet Zone is now in full effect and all train companies are now in full compliance. The San Diego Quiet Zone project was a $20.6 million endeavor to improve safety features of railroad crossings and also to help residents that were being burdened by constant train noise.

The downtown San Diego quiet zone covers the 13 crossings between Laurel Street and Park Blvd and train conductors are now required to stop the honking at railroad crossings because all crossing have been revamped to take on necessary precautions and safety features.

This is great news for residents of many buildings that are in close proximity to the tracks as it heavily reduces the noise burden that the trains were causing in the area specially on the Columbia District, Little Italy District and Marina District.

San Diego Trains Quiet Zone
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