Projects

Central 70 Project Re-Evaluations

Re-Evaluation No. 1

This re-evaluation assesses the impacts of three categories of design alterations:

  1. modification to the construction limits determined through coordination with the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR);
  2. changes to the off-site drainage system for the Central 70 Project due to anticipated reduction of storm water flow volume; and
  3. other miscellaneous and slight design adjustments throughout the corridor completed to advance the project.

Re-Evaluation No. 2

This re-evaluation assesses the impacts of three categories of design alterations:
  1. Changes to fence line adjacent to UPRR at Ralston Purina Plant/Nestlé Purina Petcare Company
  2. Changes to easements adjacent to UPRR at 4790 Josephine Street
  3. Change in historic designation for property at 4637 Claude Court

Re-Evaluation No. 3

This re-evaluation assesses the impacts of two categories of design alterations:
  1. Construction limit adjustments to allow for additional space to facilitate movement of construction equipment and to tie-back slopes along driveway approaches.
  2. Minor adjustments to right-of-way (ROW) acquisition boundaries. ROW needs have generally been reduced through advanced design. This included refining design of ramp and frontage road geometry, and modifying design from a combination sidewalk/tree lawn section to attached sidewalks. However, ROW acquisition would increase on one parcel to accommodate an 8-foot sidewalk rather than a 5-foot sidewalk.
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