We’re partnering to create a faster connection on the 110. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in cooperation with Metro will be studying alternatives to reduce congestion on the I-110/Adams Blvd off-ramps, Adams Blvd, Flower Street, and Figueroa Street and associated intersections.
The first proposed Build Alternative includes an elevated off-ramp structure on the Northbound Interstate (I-110) between 30th Street and Figueroa Street Overcrossing in the City of Los Angeles. The second proposed Build Alternative includes a dedicated High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV)/High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lane alternative on Adams Blvd.
An Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Assessment (EA) will be prepared to evaluate the anticipated environmental effects pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
The EIR/EA is an assessment of the likely influences those future improvements may have on the environment and communities within and adjacent to the study area. It includes analyses of ways to reduce or avoid possible adverse impacts.
Your input on pertinent environmental issues, the project’s purpose and need and range of alternatives, and related information will be solicited. We want to hear your thoughts and welcome your participation. A Notice of Preparation will be available this Fall for public review and comments will be accepted.
You can reach the project team directly via a community information hotline 213-863-6346 or email address email@example.com.
Caltrans and Metro released the Notice of Preparation (NOP) for the EIR/EA on October 25, 2021. In connection with the Notice of Preparation and 45-day scoping period, two virtual scoping meetings were held on Saturday, November 6, 2021 and Tuesday, November 9, 2021.