Metro has released the State Route 710 Environmental Study Alternatives Analysis Report for public review and is preparing a draft environmental document for the following five alternatives:
The PowerPoint presentations and staff notes from the latest Technical Advisory Committee Meetings are posted below under TAC Meetings.
More information on the SR 710 Study preparation and process is available on the internet at www.metro.net/sr710study or by calling Metro at (855) 4SR-7100 or (855) 477-7100.
A hard copy of the SR-710 Alternatives Analysis, about 1,500 pages, from METRO and Caltrans, is now available for public review at the following locations: Central Library Public Service Desk at 285 E. Walnut Street – available during the Library's normal business hours City Clerk's Office at City Hall, Second Floor, Room S228, in the City Manager's Office, 100 N. Garfield Ave. Electronic copy of the Alternatives Analysis report is also available at Caltrans website at the following link: SR-710 EIR/EIS TAC - Alternatives Analyses
Ladies and Gentlemen:
The following information relates to the Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Study being launched by Metro regarding the SR710 extension.Below is a link to a letter prepared to reflect the City Council's views on the SR710 alternatives. The letter will be submitted to Metro as directed at the December 10, 2012 Council meeting (video link below).
BILL BOGAARDMayorMAYOR'S LETTER TO METROLINK TO DECEMBER 10, 2012 CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING VIDEO
More information on the SR 710 NORTH Past Meetings and Documents is available at Metro at the following link:Past Metro Meetings and Documents
In June 2010, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), in coordination with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), authorized moving forward with an environmental review phase for multimodal solutions for the SR-710 study area. The current SR-710 Study is in an early phase of analysis.
Metro is the lead local agency for the study and Caltrans is the lead state agency. While Pasadena, its residents and businesses will be directly impacted if the study results in a construction project, neither the study nor any future project are under local control by the City of Pasadena.
A primary goal of the study is looking at how to complete the I-710 Freeway “gap” by building an extension through Pasadena that connects the freeway with other transportation corridors—including possible connections to the I-210 Freeway or Highway 134—to help alleviate vehicular congestion and improve mobility in the overall study area bounded by State Route 2 and the Interstate 10, 210 and 605 Freeways.
Metro’s website indicates the project is in a pre-Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) stage. Metro is working with technical advisors, the public and other stakeholders to help determine alternative concepts and routes for further study and environmental analysis. Metro’s schedule shows it plans to begin writing the Draft EIR later this year and to have Public Hearings on the document completed by the end of 2013.
Please bookmark this page and check for updates that we will continue to post when the City receives new information as work progresses on the SR-710 Study.
Special City Council Meeting - Monday, August 13, 2012Metropolitan Transportation Authority SR-710 Extension Alternatives
Agenda Report - Metroplitan Transportation Authority SR-710 Extension Alternatives
Letter from Mayor Bogaard and City Council Resolution
MTA Power Point
Public Commit - Narramore - Power Point
Public Comment - Nielsen - Power Point
Public Comment - Schaffer - Power Point
Video of 8/13/12 Special City Council Meeting
Measure A Sample Ballot Information
Measure A Qualification of Petition 11-13-00
Resolution No 7938 - Calling Election for Measure A
Ordinance No 6851 - Measure A
Resolution 7986 - Election Results for Measure A
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