Tulare County Resource Management Agency-Public Works Branch
The purpose and need of the project is to increase accessibility to active modes of transportation by providing pedestrian, bicycle and ADA facilities along Road 160, from Avenue 328 (State Route 216) to Avenue 332, in Ivanhoe, CA to improve safety and mobility; reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and promote public health and social interaction in the disadvantaged community. Construction of improvements consists of curb & gutter, sidewalk, ADA ramps, drive approaches, asphalt concrete paveouts, and drainage improvements. Construction is anticipated to begin in the Summer of 2023.
This action is consistent with Section 15301 Class 1, Existing Facilities (c) Existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities. Also, consistent with Section 15300.4, Application by Public Agencies, the County of Tulare Board of Supervisors adopted an exemption for the construction of the aforementioned facilities per the Tulare County Guidelines for the Implementation of California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, Section 300 (c)(14). Therefore, the application of CEQA Section 15301 and Tulare County Guidelines for the Implementation of CEQA of 1970, Section 300 (c)(14) are applicable and appropriate for this project.
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