This section describes the existing hazards and hazardous materials in the proposed Project area for Segment 11 of the proposed TRTP.
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The proposed Project would not be located within airport land use plans, or within 2 miles of public airports or public use airports, and would not result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the Project area. Thus, impacts would be less than significant.
The plans would include engineered and operational methods for preventing, containing, and controlling potential releases, and provisions for quick and safe cleanup.
With respect to hazards and hazardous materials impacts, the construction of Segment 6 is analogous to that of Segment 4 because both are constructed within or adjacent to existing R-O-W, and because similar engineering, use of materials, BMPs, and APMs apply.
The proposed Project would be located within areas covered byairport land use plans, and within 2miles of public airports or public use airports, but would not result in a safety hazard for people residing or working in the proposed Project area because consultation with the FAA would resolve potential conflicts with FAA height restrictions.
This section describes the existing hazards and hazardous materials in the proposed Project area for Segment 9 of the proposed TRTP. All traffic-related impacts would be reduced to less-than-significant levels. Soil and groundwater in the area of the proposed Project have the potential to be adversely impacted by hazardous materials and wastes from past activities at properties within, adjacent, or near the proposed Project.
As noted, implementation of APMs would reduce all impacts to less than significant levels.