Adjacent to Business Park, General Commercial, and East Olive Mixed Use General Plan Areas and Planned Development (PD) Zoning.
The City of Davis, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to reconstruct the westbound ramps at the I-80/Richards Boulevard interchange in the City of Davis by converting from a cloverleaf to a tight diamond configuration, construct a grade-separated bicycle and pedestrian path along the west side of Richards Boulevard, close the isolated westbound off-ramp to Olive Drive, and make other related improvements to relieve existing congestion at the interchange to accommodate increased traffic demand generated by approved and/or proposed developments in the project area and to reduce conflicts between bicyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles. The City of Davis is the CEQA Lead Agency for the proposed project. Caltrans is a Responsible Agency for the proposed project. As defined in Public Resources Code Section 21069, a Responsible Agency is a public agency, other than the lead agency, which has responsibility for carrying out or approving a project. Caltrans is a participant in the City of Davis CEQA process for the proposed project and will use the City’s CEQA document when making decisions on the proposed project.
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Transportation:Other (Interchange Improvement)
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