Caltrans 2 (Redding)
(California Department of Transportation, District 2)
Caldwell Creek Roadway Rehabilitation Project
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Caltrans ROW with surrounding land use designations of General Ag and Rural Res
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Caltrans proposes to rehabilitate the existing SR 299 from PM 24.5 to 33.5 in Modoc County. The existing pavement is distressed and exhibits a rough ride. Simple (routine) preventative maintenance measures are no longer adequate as a cost of effective strategy. The proposed rehabilitation project will conform to the new proposed base and a 0.45 ft hot mix asphalt overlay. The existing paved roadway and driveways will conform to the new proposed roadway work. Metal beam guardrail and terminal sections will be replaced. From MP 30.5 to 33.5 the paved roadway shoulders will be widened to 4 ft. When completed the rehabilitation effort will extend the pavement life for up to 20 years. Proposed project work, including equipment staging, will occur in the existing Caltrans ROW.
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