Napa Valley Vine Trail Project - Notice of intent

CORRECTED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT

A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION

 

 

Proposed Project:  Napa Valley Vine Trail Project – Oak Knoll District

Project Location: The project site extends from the Napa Valley Wine Train right-of-way to Solano Avenue, just south of Redwood Road in the City of Napa to California Drive in the Town of Yountville in Napa County, California.  The proposed path would be located west of and run parallel to State Highway 29.

Project Description:  The Napa County Transportation & Planning Agency (NCTPA) proposes to construct a new 6-mile section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail (Vine Trail) between Napa and Yountville. The project, the Vine Trail’s Oak Knoll District, would connect two existing segments of the Vine Trail, the Commuter Bike Path in Napa and the Yountville Mile. The proposed Class I bicycle/pedestrian path would be located between the Napa Valley Wine Train right-of-way and Solano Avenue, all within public right-of-way. The path would be constructed in accordance with local, State, and federal requirements and will be an asphalt concrete path 10 feet in width with 2-foot shoulders. Prefabricated truss bridges would be needed to span two manmade drainage channels and modifications made to the existing Solano Avenue bridge to span Dry Creek. Proposed improvements include: ADA compliance curb ramps, two traffic signals, stop signs, fencing, and pavement markings.

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