MST SURF! Busway and Bus Rapid Transit Project

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SCH Number
Public Agency
Monterey-Salinas Transit
Document Title
MST SURF! Busway and Bus Rapid Transit Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The project intends to reduce inter-regional commute traffic on Highway 1, expand the region’s alternative transportation options, improve overall mobility for residents and visitors, reduce mobile source and greenhouse gas emissions, and provide connectivity to commercial, education medical land uses, as well as regional bicycle and pedestrian trail systems. The project would upgrade existing intersection traffic and safety controls, as well as bicycle and pedestrian path improvements; construct busway lanes and necessary improvements within the TAMC Monterey Branch Line right-of-way; construct a new transit station and other amenities on MST property near 5th Street east of Highway 1; construct a new roundabout in the public right of way at California Avenue and Highway 1 southbound ramp in Sand City; and construction a stop/station at Playa Avenue in Sand City.

Contact Information

Michelle Overmeyer
Agency Name
Monterey-Salinas Transit
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Marina, Monterey, Sand City, Seaside
TAMC Monterey Branch Line Rail
Other Information
The project would be located in the cities of Marina, Seaside, and Sand City, running parallel to Highway 1 and Fort Ord Dunes State Park

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Public Resources Code: Division 13, Section 21080.25
Reasons for Exemption
The SURF! Busway and Bus Rapid Transit project includes elements contained in Section 21080.25 (b)(2), (3), (5), (6), (7), and (8)
County Clerk


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