710 North Study Update

STUDY TIMELINE:

  • The Study’s Alternative Analysis was completed and the Alternative Analysis Report with five Alternatives was posted online on January 18, 2013.
  • The draft environmental document evaluating the five alternatives was released March 6, 2015.
  • The public review period ended August 5, 2015. 
  • A preferred alternative will be identified in the final environmental document in 2016. 

DOCUMENTS​

  • View the SR-710 North Draft EIR/EIS.
  • Read the Analysis of Costs and Benefits (CBA) for the SR 710 North Study Alternatives. The Analysis of Costs and Benefits for the State Route 710 North Study Alternatives was prepared in response to direction by the Metro Board. The motion directed the Chief Executive Officer to conduct a parallel cost-benefit analysis concurrent with the Draft Environmental Impact Report. The CBA is a means of applying an economic (monetary) value to alternatives (transportation proposals), which enables the costs of an alternative to be compared directly to the benefits the alternative will deliver.   The CBA will be considered in conjunction with the information provided in the Draft EIR/EIS during identification of the Preferred Alternative.

LOCATIONS TO VIEW DRAFT EIR/EIS 

You can look at or obtain the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Statement (Draft EIR/EIS) at the CALTRANS District Office (100 South Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012) on weekdays from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm Maps and other information are also available.

There are also copies of the Draft EIR/EIS available for viewing at the following libraries:

  • Alhambra Civic Center, Library 101 South First Street
  • El Sereno Library, 5226 Huntington Drive South
  • City Terrace Library, 4025 East City Terrace Drive
  • Pasadena Central Library, 285 East Walnut Street
  • Bruggemeyer Library, 318 South Ramona Avenue
  • Malabar Library, 2801 Wabash Avenue
  • East LA Library, 4837 East Third Street
  • San Rafael Library, 1240 Nithsdale Road
  • Glendale Central Library, 222 East Harvard Street
  • Anthony Quinn Library, 3965 East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue
  • La Canada Flintridge Library, 4545 North Oakwood Avenue
  • South Pasadena Library, 1100 Oxley Street

Copies of the Draft EIR/EIS Executive Summary are available for viewing at the following libraries:

  • Altadena Main Library, 600 East Mariposa Street
  • Arroyo Seco Library, 6145 North Figueroa Street
  • Live Oak Library, 4153-55 Live Oak Avenue
  • Hill Ave. Library, 55 South Hill Avenue
  • Arcadia Public Library, 20 West Duarte Road
  • Chinatown Library, 639 North Hill Street
  • Norwood Library, 4550 North Peck Road
  • Lamanda Park Library, 140 South Altadena Drive
  • Azusa City Library, 729 North Dalton Avenue
  • Cypress Park Library, 1150 Cypress Avenue
  • San Gabriel Library, 500 South Del Mar Avenue
  • La Pintoresca Library, 1355 North Raymond Avenue
  • Crowell Public Library, 1890 Huntington Drive
  • Eagle Rock Library, 5027 Caspar Avenue
  • So. El Monte Public Library, 1430 Central Avenue
  • Linda Vista Library, 1281 Bryant Street
  • CSULA Library, 5151 State University Drive
  • Lincoln Heights Library, 2530 Workman Street
  • Temple City Library, 5939 Golden West Avenue
  • Villa Parke Library, 363 East Villa Street
  • Duarte Library, 1301 Buena Vista Street
  • Robert Louis Stevenson Library, 803 Spence Street
  • Monrovia Public Library, 321 South Myrtle Avenue
  • Rosemead Library, 8800 Valley Boulevard.
  • ELAC Library, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
  • Baldwin Park Library, 4181 Baldwin Park Boulevard
  • PCC Library, 1570 E. Colorado Boulevard
  • Sierra Madre Library, 440 Sierra Madre Boulevard
  • Irwindale Public Library, 5050 North Irwindale Avenue
  • El Monte Library, 3224 North Tyler Avenue
  • Hastings Library, 3325 East Orange Grove Boulevard

PUBLIC SUPPORT:

  • 710 Coalition touts traffic relief, community support, and job creation in support of the 710 North Freeway Tunnel
  • CBS Los Angeles: $3B-$6 tunnel proposed in contested 710 Freeway Extension  (March 30, 2015)
  • The State Route 710 North Study evaluates five transit options that will help reduce congestion and improve mobility in the San Gabriel Valley, East/Northeast Los Angeles and the region. Stay updated and receive the latest information by joining the contact list. These conversations will help increase public participation in the process and ensure that more people have a voice in this regional issue. (September 12, 2014)
  • Public support for 710 North Freeway Tunnel remains strong according to a new poll. (September 9, 2014)

 

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