SCH Number 1996124006
- Developing Homeport Facilities for Three Nimitz-Class Aircraft Carriers in Support of U.S. Pacific Fleet
- A primary focus of this SEIS is on vehicular traffic (hereafter referred to as traffic) and traffic-related issues. The document evaluates the effectiveness of traffic mitigation measure implemented pursuant to the 2000 ROD, and reevaluates the 1999 FEIS traffic impact analysis in light of new circumstances or information relevant to traffic conditions. Among these changes is an anticipated increase in the number of intermittent, nonconsecutive days each year (from 13 to 29) when the 3 nuclear powered aircraft carriers (CVNs) homeported at Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI) are in port simultaneously. The supplemental traffic analysis also addresses current information regarding local traffic conditions, personnel loading, and CVN operations deployment and maintenance schedules that could influence the number of days that 3 CVNs are simultaneously in port in any given year. Past, present, and reasonably foreseeable future actions impacting traffic are also examined from a cumulative impacts perspective.
3 documents in project
|NOD||United States, Navy||HOME PORT FACILITIES FOR 3 NIMITZ CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIERS|
|SIS||United States, Navy||Developing Homeport Facilities for Three Nimitz-Class Aircraft Carriers in Support of U.S. Pacific Fleet|
|NOI||United States, Navy||HOME PORT FACILITIES FOR 3 NIMITZ CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIERS|