California High Speed Train—Anaheim to Los Angeles

Categorized Under: Environment, Transportation



ICF is currently preparing a draft project level Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Los Angeles to Anaheim segment of the proposed California High-Speed Train project.

The ICF team is conducting a range of technical studies, including archaeology, historic resources, biological resources and wetlands, hydrology and water resources, and air quality. ICF’s environmental work for the Los Angeles to Anaheim segment involves analysis of multiple design options, as well as alternatives for both a dedicated high-speed rail track and a shared track with existing Metro, Amtrak, and freight uses. Key environmental issues include neighborhood and land use compatibility, noise, aesthetics, and a bridge crossing over the Los Angeles River.

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Client: California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA)
Location: CA

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