What are the time frames for this study?
We anticipate that the study will take place starting in July, and continuing through January 2017. These dates are subject to change so please visit this website often for updates.
Will traffic be affected?
No, this is a planning and preliminary engineering study. No construction activities are proposed as part of this work. You may, however, see surveyors, biologists, geotechnical crews, and traffic counters along the corridor during the course of the study.
Will other modes of transportation/alternate accesses be included in this study?
Yes, a primary component of the study is to address multi-modal uses. Multi-modal uses include pedestrians, bicyclists, car-pooling, transit, as well as cars, service vehicles and semi trucks.
What happens after the study is completed?
It will become the official planning document for future improvements along the corridor.
When will the Lake County Commission make a final decision regarding the study recommendations?
The current schedule has the Board of County Commissioners hearing in January 2017.
Does my opinion really matter regarding this study?
Yes. It is important that local residents of Sorrento and Mt. Plymouth participate in the provided Open Houses so we can get your ideas and opinions. As citizens who live in the area, this is your opportunity to help shape the final recommendations that will best suit the local community.
Will wildlife be affected during this study?
No. There will not be any disturbance to local wildlife, flora or fauna during the course of this study.
What types of activities may be observed during this study?
You may see surveyors, biologists, geotechnical crews, and traffic counters along the corridor during the course of the study.
Whom should I contact with any questions or concerns?