Background

Previous Public Outreach

PCTPA conducted significant public outreach during the six-year environmental phase of the project. Input from residents and businesses was obtained through community meetings, public hearings, and presentations listed below.

Project Resources

Notice of Determination – Caltrans / PCTPA – September 2016
Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Assessment (EA) – Caltrans / PCTPA – September 2016 [Volume 1 – 26MB] – [Volume 2 – 18MB]
Final Project Report – Caltrans/PCTPA – August 2016
Notice of Availability – Caltrans / PCTPA – August 2015

Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Assessment (EA) – Caltrans / PCTPA – July 2015 [Full Report – 33MB]
Cover, Summary, and Table of Contents
Chapter 1 –   Proposed Project
Chapter 2 – Affected Environment, Environmental Consequences, and Avoidance, Minimization, and/or Mitigation Measures

2.1 – Land Use
2.2 – Growth
2.3 – Community Impacts
2.4 – Utilities/Emergency Services
2.5 – Traffic and Transportation/Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities
2.6 – Visual/Aesthetics
2.7 – Cultural Resources
2.8 – Hydrology and Floodplain
2.9 – Water Quality
2.10 – Geology/Soils/Seismic/Topography
2.11 – Paleontology
2.12 – Hazardous Waste
2.13 – Air Quality
2.14 – Noise and Vibration
2.15 – Energy
2.16 – Natural Communities
2.17 – Wetlands and Other Waters
2.18 – Plant Species
2.19  – Animal Species
2.20 – Threatened and Endangered Species
2.21 – Invasive Species
2.22 – Cumulative Impacts

Chapter 3 – California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Evaluation
Chapter 4 – Comments and Coordination
Chapter 5 – List of Preparers
Chapter 6 – Distribution List
Appendices

Draft Project Report – Caltrans/PCTPA – July 2015
Draft Project Report
Attachment A – Location Map
Attachment B – Constraints Map
Attachment C – Transportation Analysis Reports
Attachment D – Viable Alternatives Exhibits
Attachment E – Advance Planning Studies
Attachment F – Preliminary Cost Estimates
Attachment G – Exceptions to Design Standards
Attachment H – 2040 Planned Projects
Attachment I – Initial Site Assessment
Attachment J – Value Analysis
Attachment K – Right of Way
Attachment L – Draft Environmental Document
Attachment M – Transportation Management Plan, Phase 1 Exhibit, Phase 1 Analysis Memo
Attachment N – Draft Stormwater Data Report
Attachment O –Landscape Architecture Assessment Sheet
Attachment P – Risk Register

Draft EIR/EA and Draft Project Report Supporting Technical Studies
Community Impact Assessment – ICF International – 2014
Traffic Analysis Report – Fehr & Peers – 2014
Visual Impact Assessment – ICF International – 2014
Historic Property Survey Report, Including Archaeological Survey Report, Historical Resources Evaluation Report, Extended Phase I Report, and Archaeological Evaluation Report (Phase II) – ICF International – 2014 and 2015
Resources Evaluated Relative to the Requirements of Section 4(f) – ICF International – 2014
Bridge Design and Location Hydraulic Study – WRECO – 2015
Drainage Impact Summary – WRECO – 2015
Stormwater Data Report – WRECO – 2014
Water Quality Assessment Report – WRECO – 2015
Structures Preliminary Geotechnical Report – Blackburn Consulting – 2014
Initial Site Assessment Update – Blackburn Consulting – 2014Air Quality Study Report – ICF International – 2014
Air Quality Conformity Analysis – ICF International – 2014
Noise Study Report – ICF International – 2014
Noise Abatement Decision Report – ICF International – 2014
Natural Environment Study Including Preliminary Wetland Delineation Report and Fish Passage Reconnaissance Assessment – ICF International – 2014

Other Project Documents

Project Alternatives Flyer – PCTPA – February 2014
Project Concepts Flyer – PCTPA – January 2012
Project Study Report (PSR) for I-80 / SR 65 Interchange Modification – Caltrans – June 2009

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