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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) / Streamlining

SHANNON CONNER DUMOLT
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER
OKLAHOMA DIVISION, FHWA

NEPA/1969

Decision making prior to 1969 Decision making after 1969

FHWA NEPA

Classes of:

Significant Impact--Context and Intensity of the impact or the cumulative intensity of the impacts is such that it cannot be adequately mitigated as defined by the agency with jurisdiction or the division office.

Non-Significant Impacts--can be mitigated or are of such small impact that there is no need for mitigation as defined by the agency with jurisdiction or the division office.


Unusual Circumstances


Other Environmental Laws

Motorized Projects are not on the C or D list

Purpose and Need


STREAMLINING

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Updated: 02/12/2014
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