The HAUL ROUTE

for the Abode At Glassell Park

32 Tract Home Development

The Haul Route

For The ABODE AT GLASSELL PARK Project

The Haul Route Will Severely Impact The Quality Of Life For Hundreds Of Residents And Thousands Of Commuters For At Least A Year-And-A-Half

THE HAUL ROUTE WILL BE USED CONTINUOUSLY FOR ONE-AND-A-HALF YEARS

2. Project Description - Page 2-3 of the Draft Environmental Impact Report

"Construction of the Project would take approximately 17 months, and would consist of the following

phases: 1) site improvements (e.g., clearing and grubbing); 2) grading; 3) street improvements (Phase 1);

4) construction; 5) paving; 6) street improvements (Phase 2); and 7) architectural coatings. The total

amount of export would be approximately 13,251 cubic yards."

 

132 TRUCK TRIPS PER DAY DURING EXCAVATION

4.K Transportation/Traffic - Page 4.K-8 of the Draft Environmental Impact Report

"The construction phase for the Project would last approximately 17 months. It is estimated that approximately 13,251 cubic yards of material would be exported from the site to a private landfill located in the City of Irwindale. Assuming haul trucks with a 10-cubic yard capacity, up to 66 daily haul trips (66 inbound + 66 outbound) would be required for exporting material over the 20-day excavation period."

AIR QUALITY - 278 VEHICLE TRIPS PER DAY

4.C Air Quality - Page 4.C-12 of the Draft Environmental Report

"The Project would produce long-term air quality emissions in the region, primarily from motor vehicles

associated with the Project. The Project could add up to 278 net vehicle trips to and from the Project site

on a peak weekday at the start of operations in 2017."

124 CONSTRUCTION WORKER TRIPS PER DAY

4.K Transportation/Traffic - Page 4.K-9 of the Draft Environmental Impact Report

"The maximum number of construction workers each day during any phase of construction is estimated at

70 workers. Assuming some level of carpooling among the construction workers, and assuming an

average vehicle ridership (AVR) of 1.135 persons per vehicle, there would be a maximum of 124

construction worker trips per day (62 inbound + 62 outbound)."

THE HAUL ROUTE GOES THROUGH NARROW HILLSIDE STREEETS

4.K Transportation/Traffic - Page 4.K-9 of the Draft Environmental Impact Report

"Haul trucks traveling to and from the Project site would be required to use designated truck routes. It is anticipated that outbound haul trucks would exit the Project site and proceed north on Haverhill Drive; turn right onto Cazador Street; turn left onto Division Street; turn left onto West Avenue 42; turn left onto Scandia Way; turn right onto West Avenue 40; turn left onto Eagle Rock Boulevard; turn onto northbound SR 2; transition to eastbound SR 135; transition to eastbound I-210; exit at Buena Vista Street and proceed south to Avenida Barbosa; and proceed southbound to the Irwindale landfill site. It is anticipated that inbound haul trucks would depart the landfill site and proceed eastbound on Arrow Highway; transition to I-605 northbound; transition to I-10 westbound; transition to SR 134 westbound; transition to SR 2 southbound; exit at Verdugo Road and proceed southbound; transition to southbound West Avenue 40; turn left onto Scandia Way; turn right onto West Avenue 42; turn right onto Division Street; turn right onto Cazador Street; and then turn left onto Haverhill Drive and proceed to the Project site."

The Draft Environmental Impact Report For The ABODE AT GLASSELL PARK Project Can Be Viewed At

http://planning.lacity.org/eir/AbodeGlassellPk/DEIR/deir/DEIR%20Sections/--DEIR%20Adobe%20at%20Glassell%20Park_Compiled%20Sections.pdf

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