The Taxiway rehabilitation project will remove and replace failing pavement on several taxiways and associated ramp areas located at the SBIA. This rehabilitation project will encompass existing taxiways located at the Airport and will ensure future safe aircraft operations for planes using the facilities.
The various taxiways that will be rehabilitated are located on the San Bernardino International Airport (SBIA). The SBIA is located in the City of San Bernardino between Tippecanoe Avenue and Palm Avenue/Alabama Street in the southeastern portion of the city.
Notice of Exemption
Type, Section or Code
S:15301, Class 1
Reasons for Exemption
The State CEQA Guidelines provide a series of categorical exemptions for projects that have been deemed to have minimal impacts on the environment. The proposed Taxiway Rehab Project will be implemented to repair taxiways to ensure future safe aircraft operations for planes using the taxiway areas. Categorical Exemption Class I exempts "operation, repair... or minor alteration of existing public or private roadways and structures, facilities and mechanical equipment... involving negligible or no expansion of use beyond that existing at the time of the lead agency's determination." The proposed construction and future utilization of the rehabilitated taxiways have been determined not to have a potential to cause significant adverse environmental effects as a result of any site specific environmental conditions. Therefore, this proposed action is not forecast to cause any potential for significant adverse environmental impacts and qualifies with the requirements for Class 1 Exemption.
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