State Route 905 Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Report

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The California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) and the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) propose to construct State Route 905 as a six-lane (mixed-flow) freeway or tollway with controlled access, to connect the Otay Mesa Point of Entry and Interstate 805 in San Diego County, California. Comments on the draft Environmental Impact Statement/Report are due by October 16, 2001.



The Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIS/EIR) provides information on the following topics:

Cover 117kb Download
Title Sheet 116kb Download
Table of Contents 128kb Download
Summary 1565kb Download
1.0 Purpose of and Need for Project 120kb Download
2.0 Project Description and Major Project Features 50kb Download
3.0 Affected Environment 129kb Download
4.0 Environmental Consequences and Mitigation Measures 456kb Download
5.0 CEQA Mandatory Findings of Significance 18kb Download
6.0 Coordination and Consultation 22kb Download
7.0 Caltrans Mitigation Monitoring Program 31kb Download
8.0 List of Preparers 13kb Download
9.0 Distribution List 21kb Download
10.0 Index 46kb Download
Appendices various Download


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You may send your written comments to:

Route 905 Draft EIS Comments
attn: Mr. Jason Reynolds
Caltrans, Environmental Planning Branch B
P.O. Box 85406
San Diego, CA 92186-5406


The Route 905 Environmental Document is posted in Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf). You will need to install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software (version 4.05 or newer) on your computer in order to view and print these files. Older versions of Acrobat Reader will not work.

Note: If there is any difference between this electronic/download copy and the print copy of this document, then the print copy takes precedence. Printed copies of this document are available for viewing at the California Department of Transportation - District 11 (2829 Juan Street, San Diego).