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Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report
Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report Table of Contents Figure 4-4 Slurry Face TBM used for the4th Tube, Elbe River Tunnel, Hamburg, Germany
State Route 710 Study - California Department of ...
1/14/2013 · Technical Feasibility Assessment Reportand the SR-710 TunnelTechnicalStudy, to evaluate the feasibility of constructing a tunnel to complete the planned SR 710 freeway route that would lessen the potential impacts associated with a surface route. The studies found that a tunnel would be a viable solution and would warrant more detailed evaluation.
SR-710 Tunnel Financial Feasibility Assessment
CALTRANS issued on June 7th, 2006 the Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report conducted by Parsons Brinckerhoff. This technical report concluded that the tunnel concept to complete the Route 710 freeway was feasible both from an engineering and environmental standpoint. Preliminary findings also indicated that determination of ...
State Route 710 | South Pasadena, CA
MTA’s Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report (the "MTA Study") was issued. 2008 -Measure R was passed to provide a half-cent sales tax increase for 30 years to pay for transportation projects; a follow-up expenditure plan was adopted later that year that included the “Interstate North 710 Gap Closure (tunnel)”
710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report has ...
“710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report has determined the tunnel concept is technically viable and merits a comprehensive study that will advance the construction of the 710 tunnel project”. However, many residents of Pasadena think it is totally a waste of money of time.
metro.net State Route 710 Environmental Study
metro.net State Route 710 Environmental Study ... The State Route 710 (SR-710) environmental study evaluates transportation options to improve mobility and relieve congestion in the area between State Route 2, Interstates 5, ... Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report; Route 710; Metro ...
A longitudinal ventilation concept using Saccardo Nozzles ...
A longitudinal ventilation concept using Saccardo Nozzles is proposed for this from HS 370 at California State University Los Angeles. ... 4-50 Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report . ... 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report has determined the tunnel
Draft Geotechnical Summary Report SR-710 Tunnel Technical ...
Draft Geotechnical Summary Report Volume I SR-710 Tunnel Technical Study Los Angeles County, California Prepared for California Department of Transportation 100 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 EA-07-187900 October 2009 Prepared by 6 Hutton Centre Drive, Suite 700 Santa Ana, CA 92707 Telephone Number: (714) 429-2000
Historical Overview of the 710 Project - WPRA
Quade & Douglas to conduct a feasibility study for the tunnel. The narrow scope of the study focused on connecting the freeway stubs in Alhambra and Pasadena, and failed to analyze the needs of the surrounding region. Metro issued its Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report in 2006.
Metro CalTrans - No710
Metro & Caltrans. 2006 Parsons Brinckerhoff Report (PDF) Route 710 Tunnel Technical Feasibility Assessment Report. 2010 CH2M Hill Geotechnical Study Final Geotechnical Study report. No 710 Letter to Metro (PDF) Letter outlining unsatisfactory public outreach process during the Geotechnical study, 10/24/2010. 2011 Scoping Summary, V1