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SR-91 Early Action Projects

A virtual public hearing for the EB SR-91/Atlantic to Cherry Ave Auxiliary Improvements Project will be held Thursday, February 18, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to give the public the chance to comment on the draft Initial Study/Environmental Assessment (IS/EA). Join online by clicking here using access code 228047. Or join by phone (English and Spanish with access to Zoom and the internet): (877) 853-5247. Meeting ID: 964 0026 4546. Join by phone (Spanish without access to the internet): (877) 422-8614, extension 7753033. The public comment period for the draft IS/EA has been extended through March 1, 2021. You can submit comments via email at D07.91AtlanticToCherry@dot.ca.gov

Una audiencia pública virtual para el Proyecto de Carril Auxiliar y Mejoramientos para la Ruta Estatal 91 en dirección este/Avenida Atlantic hasta Avenida Cherry se llevará a cabo el jueves 18 de febrero de 2021 a partir de las 6 p.m. hasta las 8:00 p.m. para dar al público la oportunidad de comentar sobre un Borrador de Estudio Inicial (IS) con la Declaración Negativa Mitigada (MND)/Evaluación Ambiental (EA). Únase en línea haciendo clic aquí usando código de acceso 228047. O únase por teléfono (inglés y español con acceso a Zoom y el internet): (877) 853-5247. ID de reunión: 964 0026 4546. Únase por teléfono (español sin acceso a el internet): (877) 422-8614, extensión 7753033. El período de comentarios públicos para el Borrador de IS/EA se ha extendido hasta el 1 de marzo de 2021. Puede enviar comentarios por correo electrónico a D07.91AtlanticToCherry@dot.ca.gov

About the SR-91 Early Action Projects

State Route 91 (SR-91) is a major east-west transportation corridor and is integral to the Southern California freeway network. To improve traffic flow along the freeway, Metro and Caltrans District 7, in collaboration with the Gateway Cities Council of Governments (GCCOG) are proposing improvements on SR-91.

SR-91 Early Action Projects
Metro completed a Feasibility Study in 2015 which analyzes and identifies several “hot spots” on SR-91. These “hot spots” are chronic traffic congestion areas attributed to population/employment growth, increased trucking activity due to economic growth in the goods movement industry, and deficiencies in design, capacity, and operations of an older freeway system.

The Early Action “hots spots” Projects (EAP) on SR-91 are currently undergoing environmental assessment for final design approvals and will be constructed within the next 2-5 years. The EAP’s have been developed and advanced to address the short-term needs on SR-91. These projects are focused on improving some of the most congested sections of SR-91.

The following projects are SR-91 EAP’s:
• Westbound SR-91 Alondra Bl to Shoemaker Ave Improvement Project
• Eastbound SR-91 Atlantic Av to Cherry Ave Auxiliary Lane Improvements Project
• SR-91 Central Av to Acacia Ct Improvement Project

Proposed Early Action Improvements SR-91
Metro and Caltrans, in collaboration with the Gateway Cities Council of Governments, are proposing early action improvements to the SR-91 corridor, including:

  • Operational enhancements
  • Ramp reconfigurations to enhance safety
  • Arterial intersection enhancements
  • Auxillary lane improvements
  • Safety features

Virtual Hearing
Virtual Public Hearing for Eastbound SR-91 Atlantic Ave to Cherry Ave Auxiliary Lane Improvements Draft IS/EA
Thursday, February 18, 2021
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Submit Your Comments on an EAP Project
The formal comment period for the Eastbound SR-91 Atlantic Ave to Cherry Ave Auxiliary Lane Improvements Draft Initial Study/Environmental Assessment started on December 17, 2020 and ends on March 1, 2021. Please mail comments to:

Ronald Kosinski, Deputy District Director
Caltrans District 7
Division of Environmental Planning
100 South Main Street, MS-16A
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Attn: Eastbound SR-91/Atlantic to Cherry Project

(213) 269-0238
D07.91AtlanticToCherry@dot.ca.gov

You can also read the EB SR-91/ Atlantic to Cherry Ave Auxiliary Improvements Project Draft Environmental Document documents here:

See fact sheets and FAQs below for more information about the project:

You can also learn more by reading the project's public hearing presentations:

Please also see the Title VI Civil Rights Act