SJ 120-5 Joints Rehab Work; 10-1L030
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Caltrans, District 10 - Stockton (California Department of Transportation, District 10)
- Document Title
- SJ 120-5 Joints Rehab Work; 10-1L030
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Project Applicant
- California Department of Transportation
- Document Description
- The California Department of Transportation (Caltrahs) proposes a bridge maintenance project to rebuild joint headers and replace paving notch joint seals at both abutments and Pier 5 on the W120-5S Connector Bridge (Br. No. 29-0016F) on Interstate 5 in San Joaquin County. The proposed work will reduce continual problems with spalling of the joints. The purpose of this project is to provide maintenance to extend the service life of the structures to minimize its future rehabilitation. The need for this project is to maintain the drawbridges integrity by addressing the beam deflection under truck loadings. All work will be performed within the limits of bridge except for the approach slabs and construction area signs.
- Contact Information
California Department of Transportation
1976 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Stockton, CA 95205
Phone : (209) 990-5758
- San Joaquin
- Other Location Info
- 10-1 SJ-5-R 14.16
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- S. 15301 - Existing Facilities
- Reasons for Exemption
- Project will not affect any sensitive species or their habitat, any cultural or scenic resources, or any other environmentally sensitive resources.
- Notice of Exemption
- 2020050526_1L030 CE; Final 05262020 PDF 270 K 2020050526_SJ 120-5 Joints Rehab Work PDF 709 K
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