LSA was retained to prepare an air quality impact analysis and a noise study for the Mid-County Parkway (MCP) project located in the Cities of San Jacinto and Perris and County of Riverside, California. Greenhouse gases and potential air quality impacts were analyzed in the air quality impact report along with the recommended mitigation measures. The noise study identified potential noise impacts and evaluated noise abatement measures. The Riverside County Transportation Commission, in cooperation with Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration, the County of Riverside, and the Cities of San Jacinto and Perris propose to construct the MCP, a new highway project in Riverside County, California. The project area is located in western Riverside County, primarily along or parallel to the existing the Ramona Expressway. The Mid County Parkway will serve as a major west-east connection within western Riverside County and will also provide for regional movement to eastern Riverside County, Los Angeles County, and Orange County. The proposed action would adopt an MCP alignment and construct a major, limited-access transportation facility to meet current and projected 2040 travel demand from I-215 on the west to SR-79 on the east. The purpose of the proposed action is to provide a transportation facility that would effectively and efficiently accommodate regional west-east movement of people, goods, and services between and through Perris and San Jacinto.
Clients: Cities of San Jacinto and Perris and County of Riverside
Location: Cities of San Jacinto and Perris and County of Riverside, California
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