Install Class II Bike Lanes and Class IV protected bikeways along SR-126

Summary

SCH Number
2021040682
Public Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Document Title
Install Class II Bike Lanes and Class IV protected bikeways along SR-126
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
4/28/2021

Document Description
Caltrans proposes to install Class II bike lanes and Class IV protected bikeways along SR-126 from PM R13.2 to R34.6 and PM R0.0 to R4.1 in Ventura and Los Angeles County, respectively. The scope of work includes installing marking/striping improvements (bike symbols, and green pavement markings), and the installation of flexible barriers (surface mounted channelizers) on existing pavement. Sign posts will be installed through the hand digging method and the strap and saddle method, as necessary in various postmiles. Excavation depth is 4.5 feet. Slurry seal Type I will be applied over existing pavement shoulders and shoulder lanes. Damaged asphalt concrete will be replaced with HMA Type A. In addition, 1.5 to 3 inches of shoulder backing will be placed at edge of pavement. No public utilities will be relocated and all work will be done within state right-of-way.

Contact Information
Mojgan Abbassi
Caltrans
Lead/Public Agency
100 S. Main St. Suite 100 MS 16A
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone : (213) 312-7233
mojgan.abbassi@dot.ca.gov

Location

Cities
Fillmore Santa Paula
Counties
Los Angeles Ventura
Regions
Southern California
Other Location Info
The project is on State Route 126 (SR-26) in Los Angeles County from post-mile (PM) 0.0 to PM 4.1 (County Line to 0.2 South of Cambridge View Drive), and in Ventura County from PM 13.2 to 34.6 (County Line to Hallock Drive).
Other Information
The project limits are within the cities of Santa Paula and Fillmore; as well as unincorporated Ventura and Los Angeles Counties.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Ce 202009015
Reasons for Exemption
This project is a maintenance project and improves the safety of existing public transportation facility and is within the State's right-of-way.
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