California Department of Transportation, District 7
I-405 Sepulveda Pass ExpressLanes Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation of a Draft EIR
Present Land Use
The Project proposes to improve traffic conditions on the I-405 starting in the south at I-10 and terminating in the north at US-101. The proposed project intends to reduce congestion, encourage carpooling and transit, improve trip reliability, reduce degradation of the carpool and general-purpose lanes, increase person throughput and apply technology to help manage traffic. The range of improvements may
include, but are not limited to, converting existing HOV lanes to ExpressLanes or adding an additional ExpressLane in each direction and converting existing HOV lanes to ExpressLanes.
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics (DOT), California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Planning (DOT), California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Natural Resources Agency, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region 4 (RWQCB), California Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC), California State Lands Commission (SLC), California Transportation Commission (CATC), Department of Toxic Substances Control, Office of Historic Preservation, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Quality, California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
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