AC Pavement Replacement at 198 on ramp from Court Ave


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Caltrans, District 6 - Fresno/Bakersfield (California Department of Transportation, District 6)
Document Title
AC Pavement Replacement at 198 on ramp from Court Ave
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
Remove 0.25 feet of asphalt concrete and replace it with Hot Mix Asphalt at several on and off-ramps along State Route 198 in the City of Visalia in Tulare County. Work would replace pavement at the gore area located northwest of State Route 63 and Noble Avenue near the eastbound on-ramp. East of Court Street, the pavement on the eastbound on-ramp onto State Route 198, pavement would also be replaced. Work will also be done off- pavement and will consist of installing Construction Area Signs. The project would also be replacing twenty-one traffic loop detectors, one internet protocol camera, and two signal heads at the intersection of Noble Avenue and State Route 63. In addition, a traffic cabinet on the corner of Noble Avenue and State Route 63 would be replaced. Along the sidewalk of State Route 63, a forty- foot long trench at a depth of thirty inches would be required on the northbound lane just before Noble Avenue.

Contact Information
Juergen Vespermann
Caltrans, DIstrict 6
800 M Street, Suite 200
Fresno, CA 93721

Phone : (559) 445-6425


Cross Streets
On and Off Ramps along State Route 198 and the intersection of State Route 63 and Noble Avenue.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
PRC 21'0-84;14 CC-R 15300
Reasons for Exemption
The project proposes to remove and replace asphalt and relocate safety devices. Ground disturbance would not exceed 30 inches.


Notice of Exemption
2019110403 noe 06-0p220   PDF 110 K Env_CE_0P2201(a)   PDF 553 K

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