SR-91 (SR-57 to SR-55) Improvement Project

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    Project Overview

    OCTA and Caltrans District 12 are in the Project Approval/Environmental Document phase (commonly known as the environmental review phase) on the SR-91 Widening Project between SR-57 and SR-55. Should a build alternative be environmentally cleared and approved by Caltrans District 12, this project proposes to increase capacity and help improve operations in both directions along SR-91 adjacent to the cities of Fullerton, Placentia, Anaheim and Orange.

    Construction of an approved build alternative would move forward only after environmental clearance, final design and when funding is fully approved.

    Resources – December 11, 2018 Public Hearing (Open House Format)

    March 2018 Pubic Information Meeting (Open House Format)

    CEQA and NEPA Resources

    For more information on CEQA and NEPA, you may want to visit the following websites:

    1. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/
    2. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/more/faq.html
    3. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/guidelines/
    4. http://www.epa.gov/compliance/nepa/

    Resources


    Overview

    Project Overview

    OCTA and Caltrans District 12 are in the Project Approval/Environmental Document phase (commonly known as the environmental review phase) on the SR-91 Widening Project between SR-57 and SR-55. Should a build alternative be environmentally cleared and approved by Caltrans District 12, this project proposes to increase capacity and help improve operations in both directions along SR-91 adjacent to the cities of Fullerton, Placentia, Anaheim and Orange.

    Construction of an approved build alternative would move forward only after environmental clearance, final design and when funding is fully approved.

    Resources

    Resources – December 11, 2018 Public Hearing (Open House Format)

    March 2018 Pubic Information Meeting (Open House Format)

    CEQA and NEPA Resources

    For more information on CEQA and NEPA, you may want to visit the following websites:

    1. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/
    2. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/more/faq.html
    3. http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/guidelines/
    4. http://www.epa.gov/compliance/nepa/
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    Resources


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SR-91 (SR-57 to SR-55) Improvement Project
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Public Participation and Community Engagement

At the heart of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is the public’s interest. And at the center of OC Go (formerly known as Measure M) is a commitment to the taxpayer.

Consistent with these public policy values, OCTA and Caltrans are implementing a public information and community engagement program that not only complies with, but exceeds public information mandates under CEQA and NEPA.

Throughout the environmental study process, OCTA and Caltrans are sustaining a multimedia public communications and community engagement program intended to generate project awareness as well as facilitate public participation and comment.

In addition to the project webpage, the communications and engagement program includes:

  • Noticing and canvassing
  • Public information and public hearing meetings (Open House format)
  • Email notices to elected officials
  • Social media alerts
  • Constituent services

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