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Table 4.3. Estimated Number of Truck Trips and Frequency
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Time
Maximum
Weekly
Daily
Hourly
Between
Volume of
Volume of
Placement
Sand Placed Sand Placed  Number of
Number of
Number of
Trips, on
Season
Site
Truck Trips  Truck Trips  Truck Trips
Average
Weekly
Seasonally
(1)
(2)
(3)
(minutes)
(cy)
(cy)
Projected
Projected
Projected
(4)
100,000
476
79
7.9
7.5
6,700
Fall/ Winter
Goleta
Beach
0
--
--
--
--
--
Spring/Summer
(4)
100,000
476
79
7.9
7.5
6,700
Fall/ Winter
Ash
Avenue
0
--
--
--
--
--
Spring/Summer
(4)
183,300
871
145
14.5
4.1
12,200
Fall/ Winter
Oil Piers
(4)
91,700
935
156
15.6
3.8
13,100
Spring/Summer
(4)
116,700
557
92.9
9.3
6.5
7,800
Fall/ Winter
Surfer's
(4)
Point
58,300
595
99.1
9.9
6.0
8,300
Spring/Summer
(5)
250,000
893
148.8
14.9
4.0
12,500
Fall/ Winter
Oxnard
Shores
0
--
--
--
--
--
Spring/Summer
(5)
250,000
893
148.8
14.9
4.0
12,500
Fall/ Winter
Hueneme
Beach
0
--
--
--
--
--
Spring/Summer
(1) Assumes a twin trailer belly-dump truck holding 14 cy total.
(2) Assumes a 6-day workweek, Monday through Saturday.
(3) Assumes a 10-hour workday.
(4) Assumes a 15-week placement period during winter and a 7-week placement period during summer. (This table provides an estimated
breakdown. A longer or shorter project placement period would alter the delivery rate and time between truck trips.)
(5) Assumes a 20-week placement period for Oxnard Shores and Hueneme Beach during winter placement only because of the large volume
of sand proposed.
(6) These values are not proposed maximum limits, but as estimates of potential trucking scenarios.
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Moffatt & Nichol Engineers



 


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