1L120: Delta-Mendota Bridge Maintenance
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Caltrans, District 10 - Stockton (California Department of Transportation, District 10)
- Document Title
- 1L120: Delta-Mendota Bridge Maintenance
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Project Applicant
- California Department of Transportation
- Document Description
- The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes maintenance on the westbound bridge (Bridge No. 39-0122L) that crosses the Delta-Mendota Canal on State Route (SR) 152 at post mile 15.09, in Merced County. The scope of work includes: replacing the existing bridge deck, replacing the existing Type 25 bridge railing, installing structural approach and departure slabs, and replacing the existing guardrail system. All work will occur within Caltrans right of way. The purpose of this project is to reduce traffic impacts on the bridge deck and delay future need for major rehabilitation or replacement. The project is needed to ensure bridge safety and functionality for crossing motorists.
- Contact Information
Caltrans, Dist. 10
1976 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Stockton, CA 95205
Phone : (209) 948-3825
- Los Banos
- Other Location Info
- The project will occur on the westbound bridge (Bridge No. 39-0122L) that crosses the Delta-Mendota Canal on State Route (SR) 152 at post mile 15.09, in Merced County.
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Existing Facilities Section 15301
- Reasons for Exemption
- The project will not affect any sensitive species or their habitat, cultural resources, scenic resources, or any other environmentally sensitive resources.
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