The purpose of this project was to ensure that vehicular and non--motorized access to the San Juan Island National Historical Park and land outside of the Park on Cattle Point will continue in a manner which would provide a safe and pleasurable experience for the public while protecting the natural, cultural and recreational resources of the area. The road is in danger of failing due to the naturally eroding coastline. It is the only road access for the 270-plus residents who live on Cattle Point and provides access to National Park Service and other public lands.
Under contract with the Federal Highway Administration, DJ&A, P.C. provided environmental services to meet NEPA requirements and all other regulations for the development of the project. Tasks also included: Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Final EIS, Record of Decision and Tunnel Alternative.