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E-CAL is the Federal Highway Administration's Electronic Centralized Agreement Library that contains documentation on a variety of formal agreements that FHWA has entered into with other organizations. E-CAL provides a single source for agreement information and facilitates updates to agreements on a continuing basis. (Read More About E-CAL)
Division Offices of the Federal Highway Administration
Agreement
Reference
Number
Office Purpose Organization Date Executed
AKDIV01 Alaska Division  To implement the requirements of Section 309 of the Denali Commission Act of 1998 (“Act”) (Pub. L. No. 105-277, Division C, Title III, 112 Stat. 2681-637, as amended [codified at 42 U.S.C. 3121 note]) by Section 1960 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (“SAFETEA-LU”) (Pub.L. No. 109-59, 119 Stat. 1144).  Denali Commission  7/17/06 
ALDIV01 Alabama Division  Identifies the criteria and procedures for the determination of the conformity of transportation plans, programs and projects in the Birmingham non-attainment area  Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Alabama Department of Transportation, Jefferson County (AL) Department of Health, Birmingham (AL) Regional Planning Commission, Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority, Birmingham Metropolitan Planning Organization, US Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Transit Administration  7/10/00 
ALDIV02 Alabama Division  Identifies FHWA and FTA responsibilities for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, Air Quality Conformity Determinations, Unified Planning Work Program, Planning Studies, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program, Transportation Management Area certifications, and certification of the Statewide Planning Process  FTA Region 4  1/8/04 
CADIV01 California Division  Establishes a framework for exploring innovative approaches to satisfying our responsibilities for transportation planning and the programming of federal transportation funds.  FTA Region IX  7/15/04 
CODIV01 Colorado Division  To agree on the process and methods that will be used when the Colorado Department of Transportation has projects on easements or lands that may affect NFS/BLM Public Lands or when the USFS/BLM has projects that affect the transportation system.  CD Department of Transportation, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management  11/10/03 
CODIV02 Colorado Division  To work cooperatively together and seamlessly implement USDOT statutes, regulations, guidelines and administrative procedures that pertain to Project Development for regionally significant projects in a manner that embodies the streamlined intermodal approach. This includes planning, environmental review, right of way acquisition, Federal Transit Administration’s New Starts approval process, design and construction.  Federal Transit Administration  7/14/03 
CODIV03 Colorado Division  Seek to take the next steps in a process to effect regional conservation of declining species on Colorado’s Eastern Planes by providing proactive advance conservation of priory habitats for multiple species and that will allow CDOT and FHWA to address compliance under the ESA for listed species, and for declining species that may become listed. (Short Grass Prairie Inititiative)  CO Department of Transportation, US Fish and Wildlife Service, CO Department of Natural Resources, CO Department of Wildlife, The Nature Conservatory  1/1/01 
CODIV04 Colorado Division  Streamline section 106 consultation on historic bridges  CO Department of Transportation, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, State Historic Preservation Office  7/1/03 
CODIV05 Colorado Division  To streamline section 106 consultation on minor highway projects.  CO Department of Transportation, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, State Historic Preservation Office  1/1/91 
CODIV06 Colorado Division  To document, continue and promulgate the excellent, proactive, broad working relationship among the Colorado Department of Transportation, Environmental Protection Agency - Region 8 and the Colorado Division of the Federal Highway Administration.  Environmental Protection Agency – Region 8, CO Department of Transportation  4/17/03 
CODIV07 Colorado Division  To guide impact assessment of CO Department of Transportation projects that may affect the lynx (a threatened species) by providing standard guidelines and standardized procedure. These guidelines and procedures are intended for use by CO Department of Transportation biologists and/or their consultants who are familiar with the lynx to guide them to appropriate impact determinations. The agreement includes impact level definitions. The agreement provides for efficient and consistent assessment of CO Department of Transportation projects and activities in a manner that is in compliance with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act and biologically defensible.  US Fish and Wildlife Service, CO Department of Transportation  6/1/02 
CODIV08 Colorado Division  Provides a process for Colorado Division and CO Department of Transportation to coordinate Environmental Assessment reviews with the Environmental Protection Agency.  CO Department of Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency – Region 8  8/1/00 
CODIV09 Colorado Division  Establishes the terms and conditions for a Conservation Bank on the east Plum Creek. The conservation bank enhances ongoing habitat conservation planning efforts in the region for the permanent protection of the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse and the habitat upon which it depends.  CO Department of Transportation and the US Fish and Wildlife Service   
CODIV10 Colorado Division  Defines the procedures for certifying completion of environmental requirements for Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments. It deals with Environmental Compliances being completed and including mitigation commitments in the plan.  Colorado Department of Transportation  6/23/99 
CODIV11 Colorado Division  Wetland Findings for Federal-Aid transportation undertakings must be approved by the appropriate Colorado Department of Transportation or Federal Highway Representative, depending on satisfaction of criteria outlined therein.  Colorado Department of Transportation  4/21/06 
CODIV12 Colorado Division  The Federal Highway Administration has delegated the authority of carrying out day-to-day and project specific consultation to the Colorado Department of Transportation, but the FHWA will retain the unique government-to-government responsibilities.  Colorado Department of Transportation, Indian Tribal Governments, State Historic Preservation Office, Tribal Historic Preservation Office  10/2/01 
CODIV13 Colorado Division  To set forth the general procedures, mutually acceptable to the FH Cooperating Agencies, for the planning, programming, environmental studies, design, construction, and maintenance of forest highways in the state of Colorado  Colorado Department of Transportation, USDA Forest Service, Region 2  9/17/97 
CODIV14 Colorado Division  To facilitate the work of the Colorado and Wyoming Division Offices, Rodney Vaughn of the Wyoming Division and Rick Santos of the Colorado Division will assist the Colorado and Wyoming Divisions, respectively in their areas of expertise.  None  7/1/06 
CODIV15 Colorado Division  To expand upon the previous agreement, in which the Colorado Department of Transportation received authority to approve programmatic category designation. It intends to expand the current list to twenty-two Categorically Excluded project and maintenance activities.  Colorado Department of Transportation  7/28/98 
CODIV16 Colorado Division  To establish a procedure and provide guidance to ensure that documentation and coordination conducted to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act will meet the standards of all signatories and that any preferred alternative selected under this joint NEPA/CWA Section 404 decision-making process also complies with CWA Section 404 (b)(1) guidelines.  US Army Corps of Engineers, Colorado Department of Transportation, US Environmental Protection Agency, US Department of Interior Fish and Wildlife Service  1/6/05 
DCDIV01 District of Columbia Division  To establish the roles, responsibilities, and procedures under which work shall be performed by the EFLHD, FHWA D.C. Division and DCDOT to fund, plan, design, and construct various highway and bridge improvement projects within the District of Columbia.  DC Department of Transportation (formerly DC Department of Public Works)  10/22/99 
HIDIV01 Hawaii Division  To allow the Department of Transportation Highways Division (DOT-HWYS) to advertise federal funded projects before a Department of the Army @A) Permit (404) from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Section 401, Water Quality Certification (WQC) from the Department of Health, Clean Water Branch (DOHCWB) is verified.  Hawaii Department of Transportation (DOT-HWYS)  6/5/03 
HIDIV02 Hawaii Division  To integrate NEPA and section 404 of the Clean Water Act in the transportation planning and project development stages.  FTA, Hawaii DOT, Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization, U.S Army Corps, EPA, USFHS, NMFS  2/1/99 
IADIV01 Iowa Division  Implement the program efficiencies of Section 1305© of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, Project Approval and Oversight.  Iowa Department of Transportation  4/1/99 
IADIV02 Iowa Division  Integration of Section 404 and NEPA processes.  Iowa DOT, USCOE, USFWS, EPA, Iowa DNR  8/1/01 
IADIV03 Iowa Division  To document the commitment of the FHWA, the DOT, and the SHPO to the Iowa process for the benefit of Iowa parties. – to establish the process by which Section 106 is satisfied.  Iowa DOT, State Historic Preservation Officer, Winnebago tribe of Nebraska.  8/1/02 
IADIV04 Iowa Division  Streamlining of Section 106 process for projects falling within given categories.  Iowa State Historic Preservation Office.  9/1/98 
IADIV05 Iowa Division  To document the commitment of the FHWA, the DOT, and the SHPO to the Iowa process for the benefit of Iowa parties. – to establish the process by which Section 106 is satisfied.  Iowa DOT, State Historic Preservation Officer, Winnebago tribe of Nebraska.  8/1/02 
IADIV06 Iowa Division  This MOU outlines general operating procedures for reviewing and processing required metropolitan and statewide planning products and procedures.  FTA, Region 7  6/8/04 
IADIV07 Iowa Division  Implement the program efficiencies of Section 1305© of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, Project Approval and Oversight.  Iowa Department of Transportation  4/1/99 
NDDIV01 North Dakota Division  The purpose of this agreement is to address minor impacts to wetland and/or grassland easements administered by United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) as part of the National Wildlife Refuge System.  North Dakota Department of Transportation and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service  2/9/06 
NDDIV02 North Dakota Division  This MOU sets forth the responsibilities of the agencies related to a funded position with the USF&WS.  North Dakota Department of Transportation and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service  10/24/05 
NEDIV01 Nebraska Division  Identify roles and responsibilities of NDOR and FHWA  Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR)  8/3/06 
NEDIV02 Nebraska Division  Define eligibility requirements and outline required procedures  Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR)  7/14/04 
NEDIV03 Nebraska Division  To provide State and Federal funding for a USFWS biologist position dedicated to Nebraska highway improvement projects.  NDOR, USFWS Grand Island, NE  11/15/04 
NJDIV01 New Jersey Division  To meet the oversight requirements outlined in 23 USC Section 106.  New Jersey Department of Transportation  5/24/99 
NJDIV02 New Jersey Division  To outline the policy and procedures for environmental processing concerning the Federal Recreational Trails Program.  New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office  8/9/99 
NJDIV03 New Jersey Division  To outline consultation procedures for adverse and no adverse effect in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.  Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, New Jersey Department of Transportation & New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office  11/19/96 
NJDIV04 New Jersey Division  To outline the policy and procedures for environmental processing of certain Class II (CE) Actions as defined in Section 23 CFR 771.117.  New Jersey Department of Transportation  1/13/98 
OKDIV01 Oklahoma Division  To strengthen FHWA/FTA working relationship in our effort to fulfill mutual responsibility for transportation planning/programming; also to achieve maximum staff efficiencies through the elimination of duplicative actions, thereby improving the quality of assistance to our customers’ expectations and improving our delivery of oversight responsibility.  FTA Region VI, Fort Worth, Texas  9/1/04 
OKDIV02 Oklahoma Division  Support each other agency’s programs and mission  NHTSA Region VI Office  7/30/01 
SDDIV01 South Dakota Division  Define program policies and project development procedures used to administer the Federal-aid Program in South Dakota  South Dakota Department of Transportation  8/22/00 
SDDIV02 South Dakota Division  Establishes procedures for replacement of wetlands impacted by highway construction. It also establishes procedures for the coordination and development a Wetland Bank.  South Dakota Department of Transportation, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, and US Fish & Wildlife Service  10/21/88 
SDDIV03 South Dakota Division  Finding for Wetland Impacts less than 1 acre  South Dakota Department of Transportation  11/6/90 
SDDIV04 South Dakota Division  Programmatic Formal Consultation for T&E Species  South Dakota Department of Transportation and US Fish and Wildlife Service  1/5/04 
SDDIV05 South Dakota Division  Establish FHWA/FTA roles and responsibilities in the area of transportation planning  Federal Transit Administration – Region VIII  7/1/04 
UTDIV01 Utah Division  Delegation of Approval Authority to UDOT on Level I and Level II CE Environmental Documents.  Utah Department of Transportation  12/31/06 
UTDIV02 Utah Division  Streamline the planning and review processes for FHWA and FTA. Outlines the collaborative efforts of FHWA and FTA roles and responsibilities.  FTA  7/13/04 
UTDIV03 Utah Division  The SAO lists the responsibilities and procedures of FHWA & UDOT necessary to administer the Federal-Aid Highway Program.  Utah Department of Transportation  7/13/06 
UTDIV04 Utah Division  Streamlining of Section 7 Consultation for specific project types.  Utah Department of Transportation & US Fish & Wildlife  8/30/05 
WYDIV01 Wyoming Division  To establish a process for assessing impacts to threatened and endangered species associated with the disturbance of habitat by highway construction.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wyoming Department of Transportation  10/11/94 
WYDIV02 Wyoming Division  To outline a process for addressing cultural resources encountered on highway projects on BLM land.  Bureau of Land Management  10/19/92 
WYDIV03 Wyoming Division  To outline procedures for addressing impacts to historic irrigation ditches.  Wyoming Department of Transportation, Wyoming State Historic Preservation Officer  10/10/95 
WYDIV04 Wyoming Division  To outline a process for addressing impacts to historic bridges by highway projects.  Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Wyoming State Historic Preservation Officer, Wyoming Department of Transportation  11/14/85 
WYDIV05 Wyoming Division  To establish a process for mitigating or correcting environmental problems associated with the disturbance of wetlands or other surface waters by highway construction.  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. EPA, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wyoming DOT, Wyoming Game and Fish, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Wyoming State Engineer’s Office  6/8/93 
WYDIV06 Wyoming Division  To outline procedures and responsibilities for transportation projects on National Forest lands and to promote coordination and cooperation.  U.S. Forest Service, Wyoming Department of Transportation  1/4/89 
WYDIV07 Wyoming Division  To establish a cooperative working relationship and outline procedures for highway projects on BLM land.  Wyoming Department of Transportation, Bureau of Land Management  11/3/94 



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