Environmental Impact Statement: City and County of Los Angeles, CA, 5406 [06-924]

Download as PDF 5406 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 21 / Wednesday, February 1, 2006 / Notices have no room for additional aircraft at their existing gates. Some airports now require aircraft parked on certain gates to have a minimum amount of seats and, generally, the EAS carriers would not meet that requirement. Nonetheless, under some circumstances, code-sharing can make EAS more attractive to customers, increasing traffic and reducing subsidy costs. We agree that carriers should be encouraged to expand code-sharing to small and underserved communities, and look to whether the obstacles some perceive can be overcome. While we find the comments highly persuasive, we are unwilling to state categorically that there are no circumstances where mandatory code-sharing might work. Therefore, we will fulfill our statutory obligation to establish a program, and in doing so encourage any carrier interested in participating in it to submit an application in the context of particular communities or goals. In doing so, however, an applicant should address why its proposal should be implemented in a manner in which the various objections discussed above can be resolved or minimized. If it has a particular code-share partner in mind, it should address any specific objections that carrier has to participating with it in a code-share relationship. This program is limited to subsidized EAS communities. Proposals should be thorough, with a well-laid out plan why the proposed arrangement would be beneficial to the community and the carriers involved. Applicants that do not satisfactorily address the concerns that we have outlined in this Notice, and the concerns of the partner(s) with which it wishes to establish a code-share relationship, should expect to have their applications rejected. Applicants should file any such applications in Docket No. OST–2005–21790. Issued in Washington, DC on January 26, 2006. Michael W. Reynolds, Acting Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs. [FR Doc. E6–1322 Filed 1–31–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–62–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION cchase on PROD1PC60 with NOTICES Federal Highway Administration Environmental Impact Statement: City and County of Los Angeles, CA Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), DOT. AGENCY: ACTION: Notice of intent. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:49 Jan 31, 2006 Jkt 208001 SUMMARY: The FHWA is issuing this notice to advise the public that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Environmental Impact (EIR) will be prepared for a project in Los Angeles, California, known as the State Route (SR) 90/Admiralty Way Improvements Project. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Steve Healow, Federal Highway Administration, 650 Capitol Mall Suite 4–100, Sacramento, Calfironia 94814, Telephone: (916) 498–5849 or Dominic Osmena, Project Manager, L.A. County Public Works, 900 South Fremont Avenue, Alhambra, California 91803, Telephone: (626) 458–5912. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FHWA is issuing this notice to advise the public that an EIS will be prepared for proposed improvements to the roadway system in Los Angeles County, California. The study area is in the northwest, north and east quadrants of Marina del Rey, a County-owned and operated tidal marina, which connects to Santa Monica Bay. The approximate study area boundaries are Via Marina/ Admiralty Way intersection on the West, Admiralty Way on the northwest and west, SR 90 on the northeast, Mindanao Way on the east and Fiji Way on the south. The proposed improvements will extend SR90 to create a direct route into Marina del Rey, and improvements to Admiralty Way. The proposed project consists of two components: the SR 90 (Marina Expressway) Connector Road, and Admiralty Way Improvements. The SR 90 Connector Road consists of realignment of approximately 1,250 feet of SR 90 between Mindanao Way and SR 1 (Lincoln Boulevard), and construction of a connector road between SR 1 and Admiralty Way. Alternatives under consideration include (1) taking no action; (2) the Northern Alternative realignment of SR 90; (3) the Basin F realignment of SR 90; and (4) the Bali Way realignment of SR 90. The Admiralty Way Improvements component includes proposed improvements to intersections, lane configurations, and/or land widths along 8,450 feet of Admiralty Way between Fiji Way and Via Marina. Alternatives under consideration include (1) taking no action; (2) five lane re-striping; (3) five/six land widening; (4) reconfigure Via Marina/Admiralty Way intersection, and (5) pedestrian enhancements. Incorporated into and studied with the various build alternatives will be design variations of grade and alignment. Property acquisitions and utility relocations may PO 00000 Frm 00175 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 be necessary. Transportation Systems Management (TSM)/Transportation Demand Management (TDM) alternatives will also be considered. To ensure that the full range of issues related to this proposed action are addressed and all significant issues identified, comments, and suggestions are invited from all interested parties. Comments or questions concerning this proposed action and the EIS should be directed to the contacts provided above. Key environmental issues to be studied include, but are not limited to, air quality, noise, traffic, socioeconomic impacts, business relocations, hazardous materials, biological, water quality, coastal zone, flood plains, wetlands, visual impacts, impacts to open space and cultural resources and parking. Other key issues may arise at the scoping meeting or during the environmental review process. Resources subject to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act may be affected. Section 4(f) resources may also be affected. Letters describing the proposed action and soliciting comments will be sent to appropriate Federal, State and local agencies, and to private organizations and citizens who have previously expressed, or are known to have an interest in, this proposal. The public is invited to participate in a scoping meeting(s) on March 9, 2006 at 7 p.m. and on March 18, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. at the Burton Chace Park Community Room, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey. The purpose of the scoping meeting(s) is to seek input and to collect ideas and concerns regarding (1) the individual project concepts and (2) the environmental studies to be done. The draft EIS will be available for public and agency review prior to the public hearing. (Catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance Program Number 20.205, Highway Planning and Construction. The regulations implementing Executive Order 12372 regarding intergovernmental consultation on Federal programs and activities apply to this program.) Issued on: January 23, 2006. Steve Healow, Federal Highway Administration, Sacramento, California. [FR Doc. 06–924 Filed 1–31–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–22–M E:\FR\FM\01FEN1.SGM 01FEN1

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Federal Highway Administration


Environmental Impact Statement: City and County of Los Angeles, 
CA

AGENCY: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), DOT.

ACTION: Notice of intent.

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SUMMARY: The FHWA is issuing this notice to advise the public that an 
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Environmental Impact (EIR) 
will be prepared for a project in Los Angeles, California, known as the 
State Route (SR) 90/Admiralty Way Improvements Project.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Steve Healow, Federal Highway 
Administration, 650 Capitol Mall Suite 4-100, Sacramento, Calfironia 
94814, Telephone: (916) 498-5849 or Dominic Osmena, Project Manager, 
L.A. County Public Works, 900 South Fremont Avenue, Alhambra, 
California 91803, Telephone: (626) 458-5912.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FHWA is issuing this notice to advise 
the public that an EIS will be prepared for proposed improvements to 
the roadway system in Los Angeles County, California.
    The study area is in the northwest, north and east quadrants of 
Marina del Rey, a County-owned and operated tidal marina, which 
connects to Santa Monica Bay. The approximate study area boundaries are 
Via Marina/Admiralty Way intersection on the West, Admiralty Way on the 
northwest and west, SR 90 on the northeast, Mindanao Way on the east 
and Fiji Way on the south.
    The proposed improvements will extend SR90 to create a direct route 
into Marina del Rey, and improvements to Admiralty Way. The proposed 
project consists of two components: the SR 90 (Marina Expressway) 
Connector Road, and Admiralty Way Improvements. The SR 90 Connector 
Road consists of realignment of approximately 1,250 feet of SR 90 
between Mindanao Way and SR 1 (Lincoln Boulevard), and construction of 
a connector road between SR 1 and Admiralty Way. Alternatives under 
consideration include (1) taking no action; (2) the Northern 
Alternative realignment of SR 90; (3) the Basin F realignment of SR 90; 
and (4) the Bali Way realignment of SR 90. The Admiralty Way 
Improvements component includes proposed improvements to intersections, 
lane configurations, and/or land widths along 8,450 feet of Admiralty 
Way between Fiji Way and Via Marina. Alternatives under consideration 
include (1) taking no action; (2) five lane re-striping; (3) five/six 
land widening; (4) reconfigure Via Marina/Admiralty Way intersection, 
and (5) pedestrian enhancements. Incorporated into and studied with the 
various build alternatives will be design variations of grade and 
alignment. Property acquisitions and utility relocations may be 
necessary. Transportation Systems Management (TSM)/Transportation 
Demand Management (TDM) alternatives will also be considered.
    To ensure that the full range of issues related to this proposed 
action are addressed and all significant issues identified, comments, 
and suggestions are invited from all interested parties. Comments or 
questions concerning this proposed action and the EIS should be 
directed to the contacts provided above. Key environmental issues to be 
studied include, but are not limited to, air quality, noise, traffic, 
socioeconomic impacts, business relocations, hazardous materials, 
biological, water quality, coastal zone, flood plains, wetlands, visual 
impacts, impacts to open space and cultural resources and parking. 
Other key issues may arise at the scoping meeting or during the 
environmental review process. Resources subject to Section 106 of the 
National Historic Preservation Act may be affected. Section 4(f) 
resources may also be affected. Letters describing the proposed action 
and soliciting comments will be sent to appropriate Federal, State and 
local agencies, and to private organizations and citizens who have 
previously expressed, or are known to have an interest in, this 
proposal.
    The public is invited to participate in a scoping meeting(s) on 
March 9, 2006 at 7 p.m. and on March 18, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. at the 
Burton Chace Park Community Room, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey. 
The purpose of the scoping meeting(s) is to seek input and to collect 
ideas and concerns regarding (1) the individual project concepts and 
(2) the environmental studies to be done. The draft EIS will be 
available for public and agency review prior to the public hearing.

(Catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance Program Number 20.205, 
Highway Planning and Construction. The regulations implementing 
Executive Order 12372 regarding intergovernmental consultation on 
Federal programs and activities apply to this program.)

    Issued on: January 23, 2006.
Steve Healow,
Federal Highway Administration, Sacramento, California.
[FR Doc. 06-924 Filed 1-31-06; 8:45 am]
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