SR-125 Pavement Rehab/Asset Mgmt (43024)


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Caltrans, District 11 - San Diego (California Department of Transportation, District 11)
Document Title
SR-125 Pavement Rehab/Asset Mgmt (43024)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Project Applicant
Present Land Use
State highway

Document Description
On State Route 125 (SR-125) in San Diego County in and near Lemon Grove from 0.3 mile south of Elkelton Place undercrossing to 0.2 mile south of SR-125/94 separation. The project proposes to rehabilitate distressed segments of the existing Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) pavement exhibiting major distress (minor rutting; alligator cracking and longitudinal cracking) by replacement with a composite alternative of an overlay and slab replacement, including soil remediation, as expansive soils have contributed to the pavement deterioration. Also including sign panel replacement; planting and irrigation; ADA Curb Ramps; Culvert Rehabilitation; Pavement shoulder and dike; Concrete barrier; Vehicle Detection Systems; Ramp meters; LED lighting; fiber optic cables; CCTV and bicycle and pedestrian improvements.

Contact Information
Debby Soifer
California Department of Transportation - District 11
4050 Taylor Street, MS 242
San Diego,, CA 92110

Phone : (619) 729-7490


Lemon Grove San Diego
San Diego
Southern California
Cross Streets
Elkelton Street/Jamacha Blvd/Troy St.
State Highways
Other Information
Post Mile 9.3/13.0

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 1 (PRC 21084;14CCR 15300 et seq)
Reasons for Exemption
Pursuant to Class 1, Repair and maintenance activities that do not expand the existing use.


Environmental Document
43024 CECE 20200430   PDF 285 K
Notice of Exemption
43024 FINAL NOE 20200630   PDF 108 K

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