South Chrisman Road Interchange


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 10 (DOT)
Document Title
South Chrisman Road Interchange
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes to upgrade the State Route (SR) 132 South (S.) Chrisman Road interchange to accommodate STAA truck turn movements. The purpose of this project is to improve STAA truck access via the SR 132/S. Chrisman Road interchange for trucks traveling to/from north of SR 132 along South Chrisman Road. The need is to widen the pavement at Locations #1, #2 and #3 to accommodate STAA trucks traveling to/from north of SR 132 along S. Chrisman Road.

Contact Information

James Henke
Agency Name
Job Title
Branch Chief
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


San Joaquin
Citywide, Countywide, Northern California
Cross Streets
South Chrisman Road Interchange
State Highways
Route 132; Route 580
Other Location Info
In San Joaquin County near Tracy at South Chrisman Road Overcrossing.
Other Information
10-SJ-132-PM 0.243

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
1 (c). (PRC 21084; 14 CCR 15300 et seq.)
Reasons for Exemption
Per the Air Quality Memorandum dated April 7, 2022, the project will not have any adverse impacts on air quality. Per the Biological Resources Evaluation (No Effect) Memo, dated March 30, 2022, the project will have “No Effect” on any federally or state-listed plant or animal species. No cultural resources are recorded within the project’s post miles. The Historical Resources Evaluation Report dated March 16, 2022, determined this project has no potential to affect historic properties or historical resources. Per the Initial Site Assessment, dated April 8, 2022, the project will not have adverse impacts due to hazardous materials or hazardous waste. Per the Water Quality Memorandum dated March 24, 2022, the project will not have any adverse impacts on water quality. Per the Noise Compliance Study dated April 4, 2022, no adverse noise impacts from construction are anticipated. Through research conducted with the Environmental Justice Screening and Mapping Tool (Ver. 2020) and due to the project scope of work, Caltrans has determined no minority or low-income populations would be affected by the proposed project.
County Clerk
San Joaquin


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