Three Creeks Trail Pedestrian Bridge Project

6 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2013112050
Lead Agency
San Jose, City of (City of San Jose)
Document Title
Three Creeks Trail Pedestrian Bridge Project
Document Type
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Received

Document Description
The proposed project would replace the existing wood railroad trestle with a pre-fabricated, 210-foot-long, single-span steel truss bridge with a poured concrete deck. The new bridge would be on the same alignment as the existing bridge. The wood abutments would be replaced with new concrete abutments supported on driven H-piles. There would be no permanent supports in the creek channel. Temporary supports might be needed for erection of the new bridge. Small retaining walls would be installed adjacent to the new bridge abutments to allow for the future Los Gatos Creek trail connection to the northeast and for a viewing area on the south side of the new bridge.

Contact Information
John Davidson
San Jose, City of
200 E. Santa Clara Street, 3rd Floor
San Jose, CA 95113-1905

408 535 7895

Location

Coordinates
37°18'53.1"N 121°54'13"W
Cities
San Jose
Counties
Santa Clara
Cross Streets
crossing over Los Gatos Creek, between Lonus Street and Coe Ave
Zip
95113
Total Acres
1.5
Parcel #
264-11-100
State Highways
I-280, SR-87
Railways
VTA Light Rail
Schools
various
Waterways
Los Gatos Creek
Other Location Info
Willow Glen

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Recreational (Bicycle/pedestrian bridge)
Local Action
Other Action Other Action: Municipal
Project Issues
Other Issues Cumulative Effects Landuse Wetland/Riparian Water Quality Vegetation Traffic/Circulation Toxic/Hazardous Solid Waste Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Recreation/Parks Noise Geologic/Seismic Flood Plain/Flooding Drainage/Absorption Biological Resources Archaeologic-Historic Air Quality Aesthetic/Visual Other Issues: GHG
Reviewing Agencies
Air Resources Board, Transportation Projects California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Public Utilities Commission Caltrans, District 4 Department of Conservation Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3 Department of Water Resources Native American Heritage Commission Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 2 Resources Agency Resources, Recycling and Recovery
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