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SR84 Niles Canyon
State Route 84 Niles Canyon Safety Improvements
Caltrans has heard the public’s concerns regarding the planned improvements to State Route 84 in Niles Canyon and the need for more public involvement in the planning process. Caltrans is committed to soliciting the public’s feedback and keeping all interested parties informed of progress throughout the planning for the safety improvements on State Route 84.
With Caltrans cooperation the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) conducted an independent Road Safety Assessment of State Route 84 to address safety needs and improvements along the corridor.
Caltrans also assembled a multidisciplinary team from the agencies immediately involved with State Route 84 and conducted a Value Analysis Study from the results of the FHWA’s assessment. A Value Analysis Study is a tool Caltrans uses to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of the solution to an engineering problem. It is a function-oriented, systematic team approach, used to analyze and improve value in a product, facility design, system or service. It is a powerful methodology for solving problems and/or reducing costs while improving performance and/or quality.
On Monday, July 30, 2012 Caltrans held a public meeting to allow both the FHWA and the Value Analysis teams to present their findings and to inform the community that Caltrans has stopped work on the Niles Canyon I, II, and III projects. Below are links to the Road Safety Assessment and Value Analysis.
- An Integrated Value Analysis/ Road Safety Review Process
- Road Safety Assessment Presentation
- 84 Niles Canyon RSA Final Report
- Value Analysis Presentation
- Final Quantitative Road Safety Analysis Study Report
In March of 2013, Caltrans held a meeting with project stakeholders to introduce the community to the proposed improvements to the Alameda Creek Bridge Replacement Project. The community raised concerns with the proposed project. Caltrans agreed to explore different alternatives to minimize environmental impacts while still meeting project goals.
On December 5th, 2013, Caltrans held another stakeholders meeting to update the community of Caltrans’ findings in the review of comments we received from our March 2013 meeting. A copy of the presentation can be found at the link below.
On February 25, 2014 and March 4, 2014, Caltrans held two scoping meetings to request input from the general public, local agencies and local government's input in determining the appropriate scope of the environmental document for the Alameda Creek Bridge Replacement Project. A copy of the presentation from the March 4, 2014 meeting and handout can be found at the link below.
You can also follow us on twitter @CaltransD4 or email us at email@example.com to receive updates on safety improvements on State Route 84.