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File #: 21-881    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 10/15/2021 Departments: PLANNING AND BUILDING
On agenda: 11/9/2021 Final action: 11/9/2021
Title: Adopt a resolution supporting the Moss Beach SR-1 Congestion and Safety Improvements Project and authorizing submittal of an application for 2021 Measure A and Measure W Highway Program funding and committing to the completion of the proposed project scope.
Attachments: 1. 20211109_r_resolution Moss Beach TA Grant Crsff0830_wcs.pdf, 2. 20211109_att_attachment A.Moss Beach SR-1 PSR-PDS TA Grant_Att A Project Area Map.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Steve Monowitz, Community Development Director
Subject: 2021 Highway Program Call for Projects grant application for the Moss Beach SR-1 Congestion and Safety Improvements Project


RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution supporting the Moss Beach SR-1 Congestion and Safety Improvements Project and authorizing submittal of an application for 2021 Measure A and Measure W Highway Program funding and committing to the completion of the proposed project scope.

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BACKGROUND:
In 1980, the Board of Supervisors and the California Coastal Commission approved San Mateo County's Local Coastal Program (LCP). In April 1981, the County assumed responsibility for implementing the State Coastal Act in the unincorporated area of San Mateo County's coastal zone, including issuance of Coastal Development Permits.

The County's current Local Coastal Program includes Policy 1.23, which provides in part that the County shall "...limit the maximum number of new dwelling units built in the urban Midcoast to 40 units each calendar year until. A comprehensive transportation management plan, as described in Policy 2.53, is incorporated into the Local Coastal Program." LCP policy 2.53 describes the required content of a comprehensive transportation management plan to address the cumulative traffic impacts of residential development on the San Mateo County Midcoast. The County prepared the draft San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP or "Connect the Coastside") as the comprehensive transportation management plan for the San Mateo County Midcoast to meet the requirements of LCP Policy 2.53 as well as other needs of County residents and visitors. Connect the Coastside aims to address Midcoast mobility, to protect coastal resources and public access, and to improve the livability for Midcoast residents.

In 1988, San Mateo C...

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