Install New Traffic Signal and Upgrade ADA (SR-107) EA 4V270


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Document Title
Install New Traffic Signal and Upgrade ADA (SR-107) EA 4V270
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Caltrans is proposing to install a new traffic signal and lighting system at the intersection of Hawthorne Boulevard at State Route 107 (SR-107) and 238th Street and improve curb ramps and crosswalks to current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards at post mile (PM) 0.3. Improvements are intended to eliminate or reduce the broadside collisions, facilitate the orderly movement of traffic, and further enhance the safety and operation. The proposed project will occur at the intersections of SR-107 and 238th Street in the City of Torrance, Los Angeles County. Upgrade and improvement work will consist of, installation left turn phasing for both direction of Hawthorne Boulevard (SR-107), upgrade existing crosswalks on the North, East and West leg of the intersection to ladder type, remove the yield line pavement marking and signs on the northbound and southbound Hawthorne Boulevard (SR-107), install R4-7 and R3-9b signs at both medians, Refresh yellow paint on nose of both medians, install bicycle loops at limit line, and construct sidewalk to connect the northeast corner curb ramp and bus stop. All work will be completed within existing right of way. Excavation is estimated to a maximum depth of 13 feet for replacement and installation of the new traffic signal poles. The project area has been previously impacted by construction of the existing built environment. No public utilities will be relocated, and no new right-of way will be acquired for the project.

Contact Information

Mojgan Abbassi
Agency Name
Job Title
Environmental Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Los Angeles
Southern California
Cross Streets
Intersection of Hawthorne Boulevard at SR-107a nd 238th Street
Other Location Info
Post Mile 0.3

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
CE 202104001
Reasons for Exemption
ADA standards
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