GEARY CORRIDOR BUS RAPID TRANSIT | DRAFT EIR

DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE DRAFT EIS/EIR REPORT

Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Project Draft EIS/EIR (35MB)

DOWNLOAD REPORT Chapters

00_Cover and signature pages (2MB)
0.1 Table of Contents (42K)
0.2 Executive Summary (990K)
1.0 Project Need and Purpose (1.5MB)
2.0 Description of Project Alternatives (2.7MB)
3.0: 3.1, 3.2 Transportation: Introduction, Corridor Travel Patterns (736K)
3.3 Transit Conditions (1.5MB)
3.4 Automobile Traffic (2.4MB)
3.5 Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation (1.4MB)
3.6 Parking and Loading Conditions (701K)
4.0 Affected Environment, Environmental Consequences and Avoidance, Minimization and/or Mitigation Measures (217K)
4.1 Land Use (1.6MB)
4.2 Community Impacts (2.4MB)
4.3 Growth (401K)
4.4 Visual Resources (3.6MB)
4.5 Cultural Resources (1.9MB)
4.6 Utilities (715K)
4.7 Geology/Soils/Seismic/Topography (1.4MB)
4.8 Hazards and Hazardous Materials (1.2MB)
4.9 Hydrology and Water Quality (1.2MB)
4.10 Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases (1.1MB)
4.11 Noise and Vibration (1.2MB)
4.12 Energy (303K)
4.13 Biological Resources (742K)
4.14 Environmental Justice (1.5MB)
4.15 Construction Methods and Impacts (1.1MB)
4.16 Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitment of Resources (121K)
4.17 Relationship between Local Short-Term Uses of the Environment and the Maintenance
        and Enhancement of Long-Term Productivity (104K)
5.0 Cumulative Impacts (680K)
6.0 Section 4(f) and 6(f) Evaluation (690K)
7.0 California Environmental Quality Act Evaluation (996K)
8.0 Public Participation (382K)
9.0 Financial Analysis (444K)
10.0 Alternatives Analysis (1.1MB)
11.0 References (296K)

DOWNLOAD APPENDICES

Appendix A: Plan Drawings of Build Alternatives (7MB)

Appendices B–E (37MB)
     Appendix B: Notice of Intent and Notice of Preparation
     Appendix C: Notice of Completion and Notice of Availability for the Draft EIS/EIR
     Appendix D: Transportation Chapter Appendices
     Appendix E: Cultural Items: Architectural APE, Archaeological APE, SHPO Correspondence, Finding of Effect

Appendices F–G (32MB)
     Appendix F: Initial Site Assessment
     Appendix G: AQ Conformity Task Force Concurrencs—Project is not a POAQC, Air Quality and greenhouse Gas Report 

Appendices H–I (49MB)
     Appendix H: Noise and Vibration Report
     Appendix I: Tree Survey Assessment and Species Lists

Appendices J–K (375K)
     Appendix J: Distribution List
     Appendix K: List of Preparers

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

Summary Table of Peak Hour Pedestrian Crossings on Geary Blvd (from 2010, 2012, and 2015 counts)

PUBLIC COMMENT MEETING FOR THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT

As part of the public review process for the Draft EIS/EIR, the project team hosted a public comment meeting on November 5, 2015 in the St. Mary’s Cathedral. The purpose of the meeting was to provide an opportunity to view project information, discuss the project with staff, and provide comments in writing or verbally to a court reporter. Materials presented at the meeting including the following:

Staff presentation (626KB)

Information boards (PDFs/Acrobat 6 and above):

Layout maps of Staff-Recommended Alternative (PDFs/Acrobat 6 and above):

PAST REPORTS

Geary BRT was conceptualized as part of a solution to rising transportation demands in the early 2000’s. In 2007 the results of a feasibility study indicated that BRT was the preferred method to address the need for better transit service for the growing number of transit riders in the Geary corridor.

Learn more about the Geary BRT project has evolved by reviewing the reports on our Past Reports page:

Progress Reports

The project team has been providing reports to the Transportation Authority Board on the project's progress, describing status and key activities, upcoming milestones, and the project schedule and budget. Reports are available as downloadable PDFs:

2013: Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec
2014: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Sep
2015: Mar | Sep
2016Oct 

PRESENTATIONS

Take a look at past presentations about Geary BRT from our comprehensive outreach around the Geary Corridor.