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Public Notice Manager

SPL-2019-408-2018-022 Metro Gold Line Phase 2B Environmental Assessment

Los Angeles District
Published Aug. 15, 2019

Notice of Preparation

Environmental Assessment for alteration/modification to various channels, Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties, California for the construction of Gold Line Foothill Extension Phase 2B Project.

The Los Angeles District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers is preparing an Environmental Assessment for the proposed project that would modify/alter existing bridges that span Little Dalton Wash, Big Dalton Wash, San Dimas Wash, Puddingstone Channel, Marshall Canyon Channel, Live Oak Wash, and Thompson Creek Wash in Los Angeles County and San Antonio Channel in San Bernardino County. Little Dalton Wash, Puddingstone Channel and Marshall Canyon Channel are reinforced concrete box culverts which are located completely underground at their intersection with the Proposed Project right-of-way.  

The Corps is requesting comments pertaining to the proposed project from Federal, state, local agencies, and the public in general that would lead to the determination by decision makers on the preparation of a Finding of No Significant Impact or whether an Environmental Impact Statement would be required.

 The EA is being prepared in compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act other Federal laws, regulations, Executive Orders, and Corps’ policies. The Corps is the lead Federal agency for the Proposed Action, as no other agency is involved in implementing the Proposed Action. Comments received will be considered in determining whether an EIS will be required or whether a FONSI can be issued.

All comments must be received by 5 p.m. on August 29, 2019.