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Environmental Justice in NEPA Case Studies

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Case Study Name Features:
Planning Community Impact Assessment NEPA ROW Public Involvement Geography Mode
Balancing the Environment and Economic Development: Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project, Port of Long Beach, California PDF     X   X urban port project
Effective Outreach and Analysis Strategies for a Regional Study Area: North I-25 Project, Denver to Fort Collins Area, Colorado PDF     X   X urban and rural multi-modal
Bagley Pedestrian Bridge - "Connecting Neighbors" Ambassador Bridge Gateway Project, Detroit, Michigan PDF     X   X urban bridge
Removal of Los Primos Supermarket - Analyzing Impacts and Identifying Alternatives: Alston Avenue Project, Durham, North Carolina PDF   X X X X urban road
Regional Tolling Analysis Informs NEPA Assessment of Cumulative Impacts on Low-Income Populations, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas PDF X   X     urban and rural tolled facilities
Building a Foundation for Meaningful and Active Participation: I-70 East Project, Denver Area, Colorado PDF   X X X X urban highway
Mitigating Impacts to the Pleasant Hill Neighborhood: The I-16/I-75 Interchange Project, Macon, Georgia PDF     X   X urban interchange
Preserving Community Cohesion through Southend Park Neighborhood Redevelopment: Newtown Pike Extension Project, Lexington, Kentucky PDF   X X X X urban highway
Extraordinary Outreach Guides Project Decisions and Avoids Environmental Justice Issues: Business 40, Winston-Salem, North Carolina PDF   X X   X Urban Highway
Building a Safer, More Reliable Bridge and Roadway while avoiding Environmental Justice Impacts: SR 520: I-5 to Medina, Seattle Area, Washington PDF     X   X urban highway
Updated: 02/04/2013
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