Environmental Assessment for Repair of Airfield Pavement and Lighting, Runway 03R/21L Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California. Revision
CH2M HILL SACRAMENTO CA
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The U.S. Air Force Air Force Air Mobility Command at Travis Air Force Base AFB or Base in Fairfield, California, proposes to repair Runway 03R21L pavement and the associated lighting system and infrastructure airfield facilities. The proposed project would be constructed on the existing Runway 03R21L and areas adjacent to the runway. The repaired runway, lighting system, and infrastructure would comply with current navigational standards. Runway 03R21L is the primary instrument approach runway for Travis AFB and is heavily used. The northeast end of the runway is designated 21L and the southwest end of the runway is designated 03R. Runway 03R21L is 10,995 feet long and 300 feet wide. The proposed airfield improvements would include the following Demolishing the existing runway pavement. Constructing a new 200-foot-wide runway with 150-foot-wide overruns Repairing or replacing existing lighting and electrical systems, pavement marking, and signage. Constructing a subsurface drainage system. Constructing an aircraft turnaround on the northeastern edge of Runway 21L.
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