Chatsworth Station and Signal Improvement Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
Southern California Regional Rail Authority
Document Title
Chatsworth Station and Signal Improvement Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Present Land Use
Railroad Right of Way
Document Description
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) is proposing the Chatsworth Station and Signal Improvements Project to improve passenger safety and operational flexibility. The Project includes a new pedestrian undercrossing at Chatsworth Station. To support operational flexibility, the Main Track (MT-1) would be rehabilitated between Mile Post (MP) 445.2 and MP 445.6. Wooden ties would be replaced with concrete ties along this stretch of track. Other track materials, such as plates and tie clips, would be replaced, as necessary. The new rail infrastructure would be constructed entirely within SCRRA’s right-of-way on Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Ventura Subdivision within Los Angeles County. Construction access would occur from Remment Avenue and last for up to 9 months (June 2023 through February 2024). Construction of the pedestrian undercrossing would require excavation to 17 feet, 3 inches below the existing ground surface.

Contact Information

Chris Haskell
Agency Name
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency

Agency Name
Southern California Regional Rail Authority
Contact Types
Project Applicant


Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Citywide, Countywide, Southern California

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Statutory Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15275 and 15282(g)
Reasons for Exemption
The project would increase commuter and passenger service on an existing rail line and include improvements to the existing station, including the elimination of an existing at-grade pedestrian crossing.


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