Pursuant to Senate Bill 743 (passed in 2013), the metric for analyzing transportation impacts under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) officially changed over on July 1, 2020 from level of service to vehicle miles traveled (VMT). Now, VMT is the standard for such analyses in nearly all CEQA documents, requiring agencies to implement sweeping changes in their approach to analyzing transportation impacts from major infrastructure and development projects. The following video excerpt from a recent Nossaman webinar on this topic provides a brief overview of these new CEQA guidelines relating to VMT.
For further details on this topic, we invite you to view the full webinar here.
Liz Klebaner advises public agency and corporate clients on a variety of complex land use and environmental matters, including California Environmental Quality Act, National Environmental Policy, California Coastal Act ...
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