MEN-101 Culvert Replacement Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 1 (DOT)
Document Title
MEN-101 Culvert Replacement Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Caltrans Maintenance proposes to replace drainage systems identified by the Culvert Inspection Program as deteriorated and beyond their useful service life. Five of the existing culverts from Postmile 51.04 to 65.22 will be replaced, one repaired, and one abandoned in place. Culverts will be replaced in-kind as close to the existing alignment (horizontal/vertical) as possible. All work will be done from the roadway and/or roadway embankment fill, and ample shoulder and turnout areas are available throughout the project limits for temporary material and equipment storage. Culverts will be replaced with Corrugate Steel pipe (CSP) culverts, and one location will repair the culvert by placing a High-density polyethylene (HDPE) liner.

Contact Information

Vincent Heim
Agency Name
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency / Project Applicant / Parties Undertaking Project


Cross Streets
Highway 101 from Postmile 51.04 to 65.22
State Highways
Highway 101

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15302 - Replacement or Reconstruction
Reasons for Exemption
The purpose of this project is to maintain the roadway drainage in good condition and reduce the frequency of repairs by field maintenance crews. Culverts will be replaced in-kind and there will be no change in the use of the facility or unusual circumstances. There are no impacts or significant effects to environmental resources or cultural/historical resources, and standard project practices will be implemented to ensure compliance will all applicable laws and permits.


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