LOST HILLS PEDESTRIAN Overcrossing

Summary

SCH Number
2020100338
Lead Agency
Caltrans, District 6 - Fresno/Bakersfield (California Department of Transportation, District 6)
Document Title
LOST HILLS PEDESTRIAN Overcrossing
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
10/20/2020
Project Applicant
California Department of Transportation

Document Description
The project would build a pedestrian overcrossing over State Route 46 in Kern County at post mile 30.63. The structure would span 176 feet and it would be 10 feet wide. The project would also construct two 309-foot-long and 10-foot-wide spiral ramps. The ramps and span bents would be drilled to a depth of 30 feet. A basin would be constructed in the middle of the southern column; the basin would be about 31.5 feet wide and 18 inches deep. The project would relocate existing electrical lines, sewer lines, water main lines, and gas casings.

Contact Information
Richard Putler
California Department of Transportation
855 M Street Suite 200
Fresno, CA 93710

Phone : (559) 445-5286

Location

Cities
Lost Hills
Counties
Kern
Other Location Info
The pedestrian overcrossing would be built over State Route 46 in the town of Lost Hills. It would be east of Lost Hills Park and El Toro Loco Market.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15303
Reasons for Exemption
The project is exempt because project proposes to construct a structure with a small footprint, the project does not involve the use of hazardous substances, and the surrounding area is not environmentally sensitive.

Attachments

Notice of Exemption
2020100338_06-1A220_NOE_10-20-2020   PDF 200 K

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