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10 Amber Alert Signs! CalTrans Hwy 1 Operational Systems Improvement Zoom Meeting
September 10, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Please join the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) by accessing this online meeting via the link provided above, or by dialing into the meeting at the number provided above.
Caltrans proposes to install:
- (WDS) Wireless Detection Systems Sensors
- (VMS) Variable Message Signs (10 Amber Alert signs)
- (MVP) Maintenance Vehicle Pullouts
- (MGS) to assist with equipment maintenance, and to replace existing guardrails with the Midwest Guardrail System.
Caltrans is proposing to construct this project to improve day-to-day traffic management capabilities for Caltrans, cities, and first responders on State Route 1, from post mile (PM) 26.4 to PM R47.3 in the City of Half Moon Bay and the City of Pacifica, both in San Mateo County, California.
Please submit your written comments by the deadline of September 14, 2020.
Via e-mail to: Nina Hofmarcher Environmental Planner Nina.Hofmarcher@dot.ca.gov Via postal mail to: California Department of Transportation, District 4 ATTN: Nina Hofmarcher P.O. Box 23660, MS-8B Oakland, CA 94623-0660.
Please contact Nina Hofmarcher by e-mail Nina.Hofmarcher@dot.ca.gov, or Zachary Gifford at (510) 506-1264.
Thursday September 10, 2020 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Virtual Meeting Link: https://zoom.us/ j/99035189319? pwd=c1dVOGgwbFJVeTNMYWF1ZzU0L3J 6QT09 Password: 416667
Dial-In Number (Voice): 1-669-900-6833 Webinar ID: 990 3518 9319 Password: 416667 https://dot.ca.gov/-/media/dot-media/district-4/documents/d4-environmental-docs/1-traffic-operational-systems-improvements-project/2aa2k880-ded-final_comments_0813_508.pdf
Weigh in ! Comments to Caltrans deadline is the 13th of September Be sure to send comments by the deadline: September 13th, 2020.
San Mateo County, California District 04- SM-1 (PM 26.4/R47.3) EA 04-2K880/ Project ID 417000040
The document, maps, project information, and supporting technical studies are available upon request from: Nina Hofmarcher; email@example.com. COASTSIDERS …send comments to her as well! The document is also available to download at the Caltrans environmental document website https://dot.ca.gov/caltrans-near-me/district-4/d4-popularlinks/d4-environmental-docs
CALTRANS PROPOSAL TO INSTALL 10 AMBER-ALERT STYLE SIGNS ON HWY ONE. between Clarinada in Daly City to Miramontes Point Road in Half Moon Bay – (Ritz Carlton and MoonRidge).
Cal Trans Document : 171 pages LINK: https://dot.ca.gov/-/media/dot-media/district-4/documents/d4-environmental-docs/1-traffic-operational-systems-improvements-project/2aa2k880-ded-final_comments_0813_508.pdf
Zoom video Town hall Virtual Community Meeting for up to 500 participants on: Thursday September 10, 2020 from 5:30pm to 7:00 pm (please mark your calendars to attend on-line!
Midwest Guardrail System (MGS)
CATEGORY: Design (The following information is based on the current North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Standard Drawings as well as recent research results).
ISSUE: Standard strong-post W-beam, referred to in North Dakota as “w-beam guardrail 2
8 inch” , or “G4” , has been one of the most widely used traffic barriers in the United States. Recent testing with today’s high center of gravity vehicles however has shown it to be near or at its performance limits in high speed, high angle roadside crashes. A new nonproprietary design, the Midwest Guardrail System (MGS) has been successfully crash-tested, both under NCHRP 350 and MASH at Test Level 3 (TL-3), and has been adopted by NDDOT as their standard w-beam system.
OBJECTIVE: To provide information on the MGS and some of its design flexibility to NDDOT design engineers and other personnel who may have responsibilities for designing, installing, inspecting, or maintaining this design. NDDOT’s current detailed drawings for the MGS system were originally adopted in 2017; this system is in compliance with the AASHTO/ FHWA Agreement for MASH implementation.
METHODOLOGY: This Technical Brief will describe the MGS characteristics and identify the types of locations for which variations of the design have been successfully crash-tested. For additional information please see the FHWA website.