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Relevant Documents and Studies
is a set of links to transportation planning related documents
applicable to Inyo County and its surroundings.
Appendix A: Searles to Laws Rail
Right-of-Way Ownership Study Technical Memorandum (8,015
KB). This Appendix is a part of the Kern County Rail Study and
was funded by
Council of Governments and the Inyo County LTC. The entire
study can be downloaded at the Kern COG website. Note: that both
Rail Study (15 MB) and Appendix A
(8 MB) are very large documents and probably can't be downloaded
using a dial-up connection. Appendix A starts on page 35 of the
Eastern Sierra Corridor Enhancement
Program - This plan establishes the vision for aesthetic
enhancements for the Eastern Sierra Corridor. The vision
synthesizes historic, current, and future conditions into a
comprehensive guide to improve the visual appearance of US
Highway 395 and State Route 14 through communities, rural
landscapes, and scenic environments.
Inyo-Mono Counties 2013 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services
Transportation Plan Update
Eastern Sierra Transit Authority Short-Range Transit Plan Volume
1: Service and Financial Plan and Volume 2: Marketing Plan.
US 395 Origin and Destination Survey
completed by Caltrans District 9 System Planning Branch in 2000.
Goods Movement Study for US 395
Corridor prepared for Caltrans District 9 by Katz, Okitsu,
and Associates in June 2006
Bishop Area Access and Circulation Feasibility Study
prepared by Caltrans District 9 dated July, 2007.
In 2003 the Inyo County Local
Transportation Commission, with the support of the City of
Bishop and Inyo County, requested that Caltrans District 9
conduct the Bishop Area Access and Circulation Study. The study
was developed in a collaborative fashion with the project
proponents mentioned above, the Bishop Paiute Tribe, local
Chamber of Commerce and businesses, local public service
entities, local schools, the general public, and others.
See also, Appendix
with related studies.