Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
U.S. 101 Willits Bypass
Modifications to the preferred alternative will reduce impacts to aquatic resources by 60 acres.
Boulder City (NV) Corridor Project
Modifications to the preferred alternative will add a 500 acre conservation area to protect habitat for desert bighorn sheep, 3 wildlife crossings for bighorn sheep, soft-bottomed culverts for reptile crossings and will reduce impacts to 3 acres of aquatic resources.
SR 65 Lincoln Bypass
$3.9 million committed for conservation easements in the Sacramento metropolitan area to protect aquatic resources.
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles World Airports has voluntarily committed to mitigation measures that will reduce air quality impacts to the surrounding community, much of which is low income and minority.
Bautista Canyon Road/Highway 224
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) determined that the project is not viable. Environmental result of halting project: (1) avoids adding 62,283 square meters of additional impervious surface to the forest, (2) avoids impacts to 6 federally endangered species and 32.6 acres of impact to biological resources, (3) avoids impacts to 20.8 acres of botanical resources, (4) avoids impacts to the Juan Baptista National Historical Trail, and (5) avoids impacts to ethnobotanical resources of the Luiseno and Cahuilla.
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