“New” Tunnel Plan, Same Problems


Here’s an overview of how the “new” Single Tunnel Plan is the same as the old plan. And what is different (not much).

The only difference is a possible new Eastern route which goes a bit more around-the-Delta than through it. But other than a swath of purple on a map, there are no details yet about construction impacts with an Eastern tunnel route.

Otherwise, the same construction impacts exists at the North intakes and along the old Through-Delta route (still an option). In addition, regardless of tunnel route, the construction will leave behind muck in the Delta plus the same long-term water quality issues exist.

1 Response to ““New” Tunnel Plan, Same Problems”


  1. 1 john w armstrong February 16, 2020 at 7:41 pm

    So important to have these solid details. I can only fix on the permanent loss of exported CA soil mineral and ag produce-embedded water to foreign agribiz and stewart & lynda resnick, with no profit-sharing plans between them & agribiz, and CA citizens.


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