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Highway Projects: Many Federal and State Environmental Review Requirements Are Similar, and Little Duplication of Effort Occurs
Highway Projects: Many Federal and State Environmental Review Requirements Are Similar, and Little Duplication of Effort Occurs
 
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By Susan D. Sawtelle (au); David J. Wise (au)
Year: 2014
Pages: 82
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-5928-1

Product Code: 1457859289

Description
 
Under the Nat. Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), federal agencies evaluate the potential environmental impacts of proposed projects. The Fed. Highway Admin. (FHWA) has developed a process for NEPA review for federal-aid highway projects, such as roads and bridges. Eighteen states have state environmental policy acts (SEPAs) that also require the review of environmental impacts of a variety of actions for highway projects. This report focuses on environmental review of highway projects in states with SEPAs and addresses (1) factors determining whether federal or state environmental reviews are required; (2) how state and federal review requirements compare; and (3) the extent of any duplication in federal and state reviews, including frequency and cost. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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