MAPS AND GRAPHICS
Corridor Issues and Concerns
The Corridor Issues and Concerns Maps (pdf) identify key locations within the Study Area that should be addressed in order to improve traffic operations, bicycle and pedestrian safety concerns, and traffic safety. These target areas were identified based on input from the community and the technical analysis prepared by the project team.
Preliminary Improvement Concepts
The Near Term Scenario Improvement Concepts (pdf) identify a range of improvements within the Study Area to address existing safety and operational deficiencies. These improvements are still preliminary, conceptual, and are subject to change and refinement as work on the project progresses.
The Long Term Scenario Improvement Concepts (pdf) identify a range of improvements within the Study Area that may be needed in order to accommodate future growth within the Study Area. Future growth may consist of additional housing development, as well as new commercial and industrial development. These improvements identify new roadway alignments, highway corridor improvements, and safety enhancements that may be needed if new growth occurs in the future. These improvements are still preliminary, conceptual, and are subject to change and refinement as work on the project progresses.
Documents and Reports
Final Report- San Andreas SR 49 Commercial Gateway & Corridor Study
Following the public review and comment period, the San Andreas SR 49 Commercial Gateway and Corridor Study (pdf) has been finalized. The Study will be presented to the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors and the Calaveras Council of Governments for adoption in November 2017.
San Andreas SR 49 Commercial Gateway & Corridor Study Draft Report
Draft recommendations for corridor improvements have been completed and are presented in the San Andreas SR 49 Commercial Gateway Corridor Study Draft Report. The report is available here. (pdf)
Existing Conditions Background Report
The Existing Conditions Background Report (pdf) identifies the project study area, identifies the purpose and process for the project, and summarizes existing conditions in the study area with respect to demographics, employment, commute trends, roadway and corridor characteristics, bicycle/pedestrian/transit and roadway facilities and operations, collision and safety data, land use and market conditions, and environmental constraints.
Consistent with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) has been prepared. The MND analyzes and discloses the potential environmental affects associated with project implementation, and includes mitigation measures to reduce potential environmental impacts. The MND is available here. (pdf)