Replacement of Drainage Inlet Structures on Foothill and Mines Road
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Foothill: low to medium-density residential, agricultural & public open space/recreation. Mines: low-density residential & Agriculture
The proposed project includes improvements at 26 locations along Foothill Road and 24 locations along Mines Road in unincorporated Alameda County, CA. The project involves the removal and reconstruction of concrete splash walls and drainage inlets adjacent to the travel lanes at various locations along Foothill Road (from miles post 5.20 to 8.03) and along Mines Road (from mile post 5.24 to 9.70). The 50 drainage inlet structure locations are identified by mile-post markers along Foothill and Mines Roads. Seven of the sites include work on drainage inlet structures on both sides of the roadway (MP 5.83, MP 6.11, MP 6.17, MP 6.58, MP 6.79, MP 6.87 and MP 7.86). The new structures would not protrude above the earthen or paved surface, thus eliminating the safety hazard caused by the existing structures.
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